We are the only charity in East Sussex offering free Conductive Education sessions to improve the lives of babies and young children affected by cerebral palsy and other motor disorders.
Conductive Education is a programme of guided active learning where essential everyday movements and tasks are broken down into small achievable steps. By combining learning and play with rhythm and repetition each child learns to accomplish actions and achieve goals that other children simply take for granted, such as learning to sit up, crawl or take their first steps.
Parents tell us how difficult constantly caring for a disabled child can be – we are a lifeline for those parents. We are proud to say that most of our children make great progress thanks to our small team of amazing staff and volunteers.
We have been part of Brighton since 2008. Local disabled children depend on Whoopsadaisy, and we depend on our local community. Every penny raised directly helps disabled children learn to do things for themselves and grow in confidence whilst having fun!
Donate today and help children like Carys.
“To see Carys walk unaided after attending Whoopsadaisy for 14 months was just amazing. We as a family can’t thank Whoopsadaisy enough for their hard work, constant support, continuity of care The sheer fun Carys had while attending was so rewarding to watch.” – Bethan, Carys’s mum.
Donate today and help children like Dylan
“Dylan has 4q Deletion Syndrome which means he has weak muscles and delayed development including speech and language. He is a happy, fun child, but we are living in the dark with his condition. Whoopsadaisy has opened us up to the world of Conductive Education. They provide a fun, hands-on approach that is really helping Dylan achieve his milestones. Thanks to the team he has learned to stand independently and use a walker.” – David, Dylan’s dad.