Learning through play

April 2, 2013

Successful fund-raising events have enabled the purchase and installation of a new disabled-access ground floor wet-room, equipped with a shower/changing table and overhead ceiling hoist, as well as an overhead ceiling hoist in the ground-floor bedroom to assist wheelchair users.


I am also delighted to announce that we have received a very generous donation of a vehicle to make outings accessible to all!

We are very proud of the facilities available at Noah’s House and the overall experience children and young adults can expect when they visit, but we hope to improve this further.

We would to create a sensory room here at Noah’s House. Sensory equipment varies widely and is an excellent tool for helping people to engage using a range of their senses. By using lights, colours, music, textures, and air movement in an interactive way, people with communication difficulties can find a place to feel calm and learn to explore through play.

There are many items that we would love to see installed at Noah’s House including bubble tubes and fibre optic lights so please consider making a donation or holding a fundraising event to help us offer the best possible experience to every young person who visits Noah’s House.

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