[Weybridge] Inclusive play sessions for autistic, ADHD and SEN children
🚂 Do you know an autistic, ADHD or special needs child who loves trains?
All Aboard Club runs inclusive train play sessions for autistic, ADHD and special needs children. The children can build and play with our huge train sets in a safe, understanding and supportive environment.
At our play sessions, the children are in charge. They can run the trains, build the track, and sort out any problems. It builds their confidence, reduces their anxiety, and allows them to play for hours, while developing their social and communication skills.
The children can play on the floor, and on tables if that’s easier for them.
We’ll be running these sessions in the Community Space, inside the Tesco Extra superstore in Addlestone. The Community Space is on the 1st floor, at the back of the clothing section – look out for our All Aboard Club signs. Please note that children will need to be supervised by a parent or carer throughout the session – so no sneaking off to do your shopping!
All Aboard Club staff and volunteers have lived experience of autism and ADHD, so we understand the children’s challenges. We do everything possible to make the sessions as accessible and inclusive as possible for each and every child.
Our sessions are suitable for children and siblings aged 4 and upwards. A parent or adult carer needs to stay for the whole session.
If you’d like a chat about our play sessions and your child’s specific needs, please call us on 07948 407343 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Parking: There is free parking in the Tesco Extra car park
- Trains: Addlestone station (South Western Railway) is 10 minutes’ walk away.
- Buses: bus routes 456, 461, 557, 592 and 856 run nearby