Trustees thank the Trust for continuing to offer Education Inclusion services to those children with Spinal Chord injuries. We understand that you have to develop new components to your programme as a result of the difficulties of supporting those children in an already disturbed school system, as a result of pandemic regulations.
Congratulations on making the best of a very difficult year. We acknowledge that whilst all hospital visits by the Giggle Doctors have had to be suspended we wish you well with all your virtual visits, activities and giggle-o-grams and hope that it is not too long before in-hospital giggle activities can be resume!
Trustees commend the Trust for enabling half their rooms at Crawford House to be used by 109 families since March. We would like our grant to be used towards the essential running costs of your Home, helping to keep families together, reducing financial worries and making sure families can stay close by their child’s bedside throughout a scary time.
Trustees are delighted that Musical Inclusion Days will be resumed as soon as possible in 2021 and hope that the musical events planned will release your young charges and their families from the constraints of the past year.
Trustees are pleased to award a grant for three activity sessions for children with learning difficulties in Hereford and Leominster. We commend this much needed and imaginative project. Trustees are pleased to support this work again with an award. We admire the way in which you have been able to continue your work during lockdown, with “bubble” systems in two locations.
Trustees were pleased to receive your letter of July 2020 reporting your activities to date and would like to award a grant to enable 4 children to receive OK Music Therapy for 36 weeks in term-time during 2020 until July 2021 as conditions permit.