What We Do

Sensory Play
A calm sensory environment; DVD projection, bubble tube, interactive light panel, fibre optic curtain, interactive floor and light projection, for relaxation.
Suitable for children/young people aged 0-25, especially children/young people with; behavioural needs, learning needs and physical difficulties
Sensory slots can be booked during the week for groups of students, service users or patients who would benefit from a calming sensory space in the community.

Theraplay informed Approach
Theraplay informed practice using principals of Theraplay approach to create a sense of value, safety, radical acceptance, connectedness, social regulation, music, play and engagement on multiple levels.

1) Group Theraplay Approach
2) Sunshine Circles Approach
3) Nurture Group Approach

Great tool for; Families, siblings & peers.

Minimum of x8 week blocks (1 session per week).

After School club
Providing quality and affordable childcare services in term time and school holidays. After school, holidays and inset days 3:15pm- 6pm. For children aged 5-11 years. Children take part in a range of activities in a safe friendly environment.

Parenting Classes
1:1 or group support for parents who are having difficulties with children of all ages from newborns to teenagers.

Respite Care
1:1 or group respite in our sensory centre; children are linked with the appropriate Look Inside Link worker for their session.

Arts & Crafts (included in sensory play)
Free play for children aged 1-11years, including; sand, water, drawing and painting planned by play workers.

Short Break Services
This service is for children & young people with a disability who are unable to access universal services. It is categorised as Flexible Short Breaks or Targeted Short Breaks.

BRIDGE Project
‘Believe, Relate, Improve, Dedication, Goals, Empower’

This Bridge Project targets year 9, 10 & 11 students through an individualised programme to meet their needs holistically. The Bridge Project is a breakthrough programme that intervenes early to ensure that young people with disabilities/behavioural and additional needs make a successful transition from school to work, further education or training; where young people are at risk of not making a successful transition from school to further education, training or employment.

We provide young people with information, support and high quality one-to-one coaching, group interventions and valued post-16 career opportunities and ultimately a successful and sustainable pathway into employment and adulthood. Young people will be supported through the project for a minimum of 6 weeks, between ages 14-18 years old. Due to disabilities, this does not exclude those young people eligible, which are still in full time education up to the age of 25 years old.

The Bridge Project will include; direct work with vulnerable and challenging young people, ideally in school environments, alternative provisions or at our local office base near the Nottingham City Centre.

Activities include:
1:1 coaching, group workshops, SEAL, managing money, basic life skills, intensive self-esteem workshops with a qualified counsellor, application skills/interview skills.

The outcomes are:
Personal; improvements to emotional and mental wellbeing
Social; peer interaction, improved communication skills, team work skills
Economical; Basic life skills, job opportunities, entry into further education or training and promotion of independence

Dear Parent/Carer,

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Thank you for your time and for using Look Inside, Sensory Learning & Play C.I.C.