Who are our clients

We provide outdoor* and adventure-led activities to improve emotional and physical wellbeing for children, young people and adults with unique health conditions, impairments or limitations. We use adaptive equipment to enable accessibility and participation, where required. 

Our service users are referred to Adventure Therapy by our Professional Referral Partners. These include the NHS, Social Services, case managers and rehabilitation therapists. In addition, we receive referrals from schools or colleges, other charities, the police, councils and community
organisations or businesses which support people with complex or challenging needs. 

To be eligible for our support, the person referred will be a child aged 8 and above, a young person or adult with a physical disability, mental health condition, learning disability or difficulty, life-threatening or life-shortening illness or life-changing condition. Through our referral process, it is understood that participation in adventure-based therapy will be of benefit to their situation or circumstance, improving their life with the likelihood of outdoor activities having a positive impact on their emotional or physical wellbeing. 

*on occasion, we offer some activities indoors, dependent on what may be of benefit to the individual or due to inclement weather. These include archery, indoor climbing or bouldering sessions and scuba diving sessions, in an indoor pool.