Help provide essential development for kids like Jazahlee

Help children like Jazahlee develop skills through play this Christmas.

Formerly House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation

This Christmas, you can play a crucial role in the development of a child like Jazahlee.

Please help us purchase sensory toys that make the world of difference to a child living with a disability.

Little Jazahlee is the light of her family’s life. But having a child with Down syndrome has been a learning experience for them all.

For Jazahlee’s mum Claudia, things have been particularly tough: “When she was born, they told us about all the things that could go wrong. I instantly questioned Jazahlee’s future and what she’d be able to do.”

Claudia felt so confused and overwhelmed. That started to change when she met Pip, one of our educators at Aruma:

“Pip has just honestly been a life-saver. Pip is trained to help children like Jazahlee to develop their abilities and their senses, so they can grow up to be as independent as possible” – Claudia

For kid’s like Jazahlee, one of the most important tools we use to unlock critical skills, sensations and fun, is sensory play.

Sensory play encourages a child’s learning, and language and crucial motor skills. It can help children with a disability develop their independence and make the most of every day – especially Christmas!

To open presents, their little fingers need the strength to grasp and pull. Without sensory play, a child like Jazahlee may only gain this through years of support.

The gift of play

Your support ensures we can put everything we have into helping children like Jazahlee. The sooner children have access to learning and special education like sensory play, generally, the better their outcomes.

We urgently need help to fund new sensory equipment for children and adults living with a disability.

Will you give a gift to help these wonderful children build the skills they need for a happy life this Christmas? You can help children like Jazahlee discover their potential.

By helping us fill our new sensory rooms with more tools and toys, you can play a crucial role in a child’s development. Giving them a chance to develop their skills means the world to them and to their families. That’s the true power of your gift.

It’s been a difficult year for everyone, but especially for kids with a disability. Together, let’s make this Christmas extra-special for them.

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