Our latest achievement in helping the families of disabled children involves purchasing a climbing frame for a young autistic boy. Calum, 5 years old, can benefit from the enjoyment and exercise of a playpark without having to go outside to one, which his mother Kay, says he can't due to social anxiety.
The inclusion of this climbing frame will also improve Calum's stamina and co-ordination as he also suffers from inward toes. We at Crackerjacks looked into several pieces of equipment suitable, eventually purchasing an Atlantic Climbing Frame designed by Selwood. The total cost of which came to £500. Once again, we have improved the quality of living for our clients; Calum is immensely enjoying the freedom and excitement of having his own playpark, and his mother Kay is happy for her son's newfound lease on life.
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July 23, 2019
Crackerjacks latest achievement has been helping out a family and their son who suffers from being heavily disabled. Daniel has a severe form of cereb...