What We Do - United Kingdom
Prosper Kassor Foundation is a UK-based non-profit organization working to support children and young people in the United Kingdom find real solutions to the difficulties they face.
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A world in which all children and young people realise their aspirations and their right to an inclusive community which supports them and their families to achieve the basic needs. We work with families with low-income and with disabilities.
What We Do Here In The UK
Prosper Kassor Foundation takes children on excursion trips to visit places in England such as Alton Towers, Chessington Park, London Zoo and others. These sessions enable parents to have a short break, some time for themselves and their children to have some fun, cared for by our qualified staff.
Our staff offers emotional and practical support, including advice on how best to support the development of children through play and to build the confidence of parents in their own abilities as primary educators.
The organisation carries out various activities that secure a better future for the community.
We provide a wide range of activities such as:
- Skills and development
- Youths Club
- Summer school scheme
- Day trips
- Creative social activities for children with or without disabilities (Arts, music, Fun day outings and social play).
- Tutorial classes in (Maths, English, Reading and Writing)
- Knowledge centre (Mental health awareness, supporting learning disabilities, dementia and field trips)
- Football club
- Children’s Party Fun
How Does The Service Work?
Our work is involved in activities ranging from art, crafts, cooking and drama to outdoor games and taking children on outings. Sometimes these are all on the same day.
Our services normally include:
- planning activities with the children
- providing play areas, materials and equipment
- giving children the freedom to spend their leisure time in their own way
- encouraging fair and caring behaviour among the children
- encouraging independence and self-esteem
- talking to children about their concerns or worries
- dealing with injuries and emergencies
- liaising with parents, carers, and sometimes other professionals
These play sessions bring parents and carers together with their pre-school children, so that they benefit from the advice and support of other parents and professionals.
We ensure that young children and their families feel safe and are warmly welcomed. They are well supported to participate in both structured and free play activities that will assist communication, concentration, learning, physical, imagination and social skills.
Our staff are highly trained in order to meet the individual needs of the children attending.
Who can attend?
Parents, carers and families of pre-school abled children (aged 3-16 years) and/or with disabilities and additional needs and mothers with babies can attend too.
Registration Number: 9435681