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Having choice in activities

Harry and his support network had a look at what activities were going well and found that trampolining, something that he used to love, Harry now found difficult.


The team put their heads together and came up with a plan.


Together they wrote a detailed plan of how Harry wanted to be supported when he went trampolining and made sure they let Harry know that he was doing an amazing job.


When Harry was planning his day trampolining was offered as a choice. When he chose trampolining the Practice Leader went along to see how the plan was going; this meant that they could make any changes as often as they needed to.

Having the flexibility to adapt and change the plan gave the team the confidence to try new things and Harry had a great time too.


The network decided on points of achievement – this first step was to successfully support Harry into the trampoline park, and each time he was more and more comfortable.


With lots of positivity and encouragement Harry got onto the trampoline and loved it!




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