What, when, how, where?
For children aged 5-10 who just want to have a " try out", the project includes " try-out places". This way, the child can see whether they discover parkour and trampolining as a sport for themselves, or whether they realise after the try-out that they were more interested in trying it out.
During training, the group practices flips, climbing and jumping from foam blocks onto mats and into the cube pool, and much more. If you would like to participate in Parkour every week and actively train in a group, we would be happy to offer you this training.
If you are interested, please contact stephanie.fuhrmann[at]white-unicorn.org, but try-out dates cannot be arranged at the moment.
Background: What are barriers?
Familiar sensory stimuli such as noise, stress and hectic activity, which can quickly become overwhelming in everyday life, are often barriers for autistic children. In Quiet Hour, we provide a safe setting for autistic children by making these barriers adjustable. This way, they can have fun moving together with other children from the social space. The entire hall invites children and young people to jump, climb and play on 2000 m² of trampoline and parkour surfaces like hardly anywhere else.
Funded by Aktion Mensch
Thanks to the full funding by Aktion Mensch, the project "Quiet Hour" could be launched for two years. Many thanks at this point for this great support!