Adventure Care has an Adventure Activities License (AALA) that enables the company to provide numerous adventure activities to young people under the age of 18 pursuant Activity Centres (Young person's Safety) Act 1995 and the Adventure Activities Licensing Regulations 1996. www.aala.org
Outdoor education is utilised alongside the therapeutic methods of the staff and the education programme to identify the young people's strengths and help them to reach achievable goals. Many of these activities are extremely challenging, but are designed to give the young person a sense of achievement and growth. That helps to improve the self esteem and confidence of the young people, when they see that they can succeed, when they believe they cannot or are scared. These activities also help to build up trust of other's and learn to work as part of a team. The young people seem to thrive on these demanding activities, where they often start to really enjoy them and the benefits are shown in other areas of the programme. It is not uncommon for the young people to become keen on a particular activity, such as climbing and join a local club.
Hands on learning is provided through outdoor activities that gives the young people a chance to face real challenge. This in turn can accelerate learning different things such as; skills, discipline, self reliance and organisation.
There is a big choice of adventurous activities, such as:
In short outdoor activities can enhance the young people's:
We also make use of local facilities, such as; squash, badminton, table tennis and basketball.
Adventure Care have created links within the community to allow access to clubs such as climbing, swimming and cadets.
Adventure Care Ltd
Hill Top Cottage
Tel: 01298 767555 or
Mob: 07966 901670
Hours of business
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:30pm
Weekends - Appointment only