May
27
Mon
Do Something Different – Rebound Therapy (Scunthorpe) @ The Pods
May 27 @ 09:00 – 11:30

Rebound Therapy is used to facilitate movement, promote balance, promote an increase or decrease in muscle tone, promote relaxation, promote sensory integration, improve fitness and exercise tolerance, and to improve communication skills.

Participants range from mild to severe physical disabilities and from mild to profound and
multiple learning disabilities, including dual sensory impairment and autistic spectrum.

Booking is essential for this activity.

Do Something Different – Foam Archery @ Scunthorpe Community Wellbeing Hub
May 27 @ 13:30 – 15:30

Archery is a sport of skill, patience, and technical precision, it is one of those activities that may appear easy to an observer but is something that takes an immense amount of practice and hard work to perfect.

The most basic of all archery is the foam archery but offers a really good introduction to the sport if you have limited physical strength. Foam archery allows the participants to shoot arrows at targets and helps to generate the muscle memory and strength needed.

May
28
Tue
Do Something Different – Rebound Therapy (Brigg) @ Brigg Community Wellbeing Hub
May 28 @ 10:30 – 12:00

Rebound Therapy is used to facilitate movement, promote balance, promote an increase or
decrease in muscle tone, promote relaxation, promote sensory integration, improve fitness and
exercise tolerance, and to improve communication skills.

Participants range from mild to severe physical disabilities and from mild to profound and
multiple learning disabilities, including dual sensory impairment and autistic spectrum.

Booking is essential for this activity.

Do Something Different – Archery and Table Tennis @ The Pods
May 28 @ 13:30 – 15:30

Archery is an Olympic sport whereby you use practice or skill to use a bow to propel arrows aiming at a target.

Table Tennis also known as ping pong, is a sport in which two or four players can hit a lightweight ball back and forth across a table using a small bat.

The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net.

May
29
Wed
Do Something Different – Seated Fun Activities @ Scunthorpe Community Wellbeing Hub
May 29 @ 11:30 – 12:30

If you have difficulty standing or walking, it needn’t mean exercise is out of the question.  Chair based exercise provides a gentle exercise routine that is done seated.

You can use these exercises if you have trouble getting up and about, or even if you just want a change of activity on days you can’t get outdoors.

Do Something Different – Get Crafty @ 20-21 Visual Arts Centre
May 29 @ 13:00 – 16:00
May
30
Thu
Do Something Different – Swimming and Instructor Led Gym @ Riddings Pool
May 30 @ 10:30 – 11:30

Swimming is an individual sport that uses arms and legs to move the body through water. The sport takes place in our swimming pool at Riddings.

Our instructor led gym sessions are suitable for anyone wanting to get active and stay active.  These sessions will provide you with an instructor led gym session that will give you the basic knowledge about using the gym equipment and a gym workout.

Whilst you can attend these sessions every week when you are feeling more confident you might want to add additional gym sessions into your week that you can do on your own.

All activities are specifically tailored for adults (16+) with a disability.

 

 

Do Something Different – Multi-Sports @ Scunthorpe Community Wellbeing Hub
May 30 @ 13:30 – 15:30

Try out a variety of different sports in a safe and secure environment, where the emphasis is on having fun.

Targeted at adults aged 16+ with a disability.

May
31
Fri
Do Something Different – Multi-Sports (The Pods) @ The Pods
May 31 @ 13:15 – 15:15

Try out a variety of different sports in a safe and secure environment, where the emphasis is on having fun.

Targeted at adults aged 16+ with a disability.

£2 for 1 hour, £3.80 for 2 hours

Jun
3
Mon
Do Something Different – Rebound Therapy (Scunthorpe) @ The Pods
Jun 3 @ 09:00 – 11:30

Rebound Therapy is used to facilitate movement, promote balance, promote an increase or decrease in muscle tone, promote relaxation, promote sensory integration, improve fitness and exercise tolerance, and to improve communication skills.

Participants range from mild to severe physical disabilities and from mild to profound and
multiple learning disabilities, including dual sensory impairment and autistic spectrum.

Booking is essential for this activity.