Trustees have come to expect from Go Live Theatre, projects that are innovative and so well researched and planned. We were excited about this one at The Globe theatre enabling young students with a visual or audio impairment to be able to access live theatre performances.
Trustees valued this excellent application which was most informative with a well thought out project describing a UK offering concerts for children with additional needs and disabilities. The extra benefits are the training to be offered to music services thus providing a lasting legacy.
Trustees found this to be a most interesting application. We hold a conference every two years for our charities and the first one entitled ‘Harnessing Technology’ was all about Eye Gaze technology hence we recognise the value of it to those children and families where communication skills are limited. We are also impressed with the scope of the activities you offer.
Trustees enjoyed the acronym LOAF loads of autistic fun for children aged up to 12 years and their families, providing them with term time social and supporting activities in which siblings can join in the fun too. The parents room will also be appreciated.
Trustees enjoyed this application for a concert to be given to an audience with 120 children with disabilities including disabled musicians in a 14 piece ensemble from your orchestra. This will provide excellent role modelling and encourage musicianship.
Trustees appreciated this Quaker led project which enables children with profound and multiple learning difficulties to be immersed in an Opera Tutti concert with multi sensory props and costume. The evaluation and training given were excellent.
Trustees appreciated this application with opportunities for play facility equipment to be taken to schools as ‘pop ups’ in the holidays. We were impressed with the high number of volunteers who support this opportunity, which enables children with a wide range of physical and learning disabilities to enjoy exercise and friendship and improved physical and mental health well being and their families to be taken out of isolation.
The loving care from the parents and the excellent website were all noted by Trustees who are happy to support this application for 12 children with Autistic Spectrum disorder and social and emotional and mental health issues to attend the residential Robinwood Activity Centre from Jan 24 to Jan 26 2024