An inclusive sports project, controllable barriers also for autistic people - that is our goal! At Jump3000, a parkour and trampoline park in Berlin Mahlsdorf, we therefore offer the "quiet hour" for 2 years on Saturdays.
At the moment the group is filled up and there are no places left!
Arrival: (every Saturday) from 8 am
Jump time: 8:30 - 9:30 o'clock
Departure: until 10 a.m.
Well-known sensory irritants - such as noise, stress and hectic activity - which can quickly become overburdening in normal practice, often represent a barrier for autistic children. In the quiet hour, we offer a protective setting for autistic children by making these barriers controllable. In this way, they can have fun exercising together with other children in the social room. The entire hall on 2000 m² of trampoline and parkour areas invites children and young people to jump, climb and play like hardly any other place does.
Waldemar Müller, a Parkour World Champion "Parcouring World Championship" (2009), ensures safe handling of the tested equipment. Stephanie Fuhrmann as diversity manager takes care of the organisation and all other concerns of the participants and their families.
Sponsored by Aktion Mensch
Thanks to Aktion Mensch, the "Quiet Hour" project was launched for two years. Thank you very much for this great support!