We support children with complex medical needs and their families

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20 Years of Enriching Families’ Lives

When you hear the news that your child has a complex medical need your whole world may feel like it’s falling apart

The Maypole Project provides emotional well-being to the whole family from diagnosis (including ante-natal) through treatment and beyond. Our support is free, ongoing and flexible.

Find out more about our services for children and young people with SEN & disabilities.

20 years of Maypole

We are looking for Child and Young Person Therapists!

We are looking for experienced, empathetic, and responsible therapists to work with our children and young people on a voluntary basis. The work would involve sessions with children with a complex medical need, or their sibling, on a 1:1 basis, through the integration of counselling with therapeutic creative and play skills.
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Easter Raffle

We are launching our Easter raffle. We have some fantastic prizes to be won so please join us and help raise valuable funds that will go directly to helping support children and their families with complex medical needs.  

 

1st Prize- Wine tasting and tour at Kingscote Estate and Vineyard 

2nd Prize- Easter Hamper- Filled with Spring treats 

3rd Prize- Family Photoshoot with Picture Partnership 

Get your tickets here

Hire our Sensory Space

Our Sensory cabin, soft play room and sensory garden are now available to hire.

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Will you support us? 

We receive no government funding and rely solely on the generosity of our supporters.

 

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Volunteer for us

Find out how you can help The Maypole Project

Without the commitment and professionalism of our volunteers, we would not be able to provide the full range of much needed services.  Whatever role you take on, whatever your skills or specialism, this is your chance to make a difference to the lives of children and families at The Maypole Project.

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We help professionals too

We recognise that the work of professionals surrounding the child with complex medical needs and their family, or who work with people facing loss, can be emotionally demanding.

This can have both personal and professional effects. In response to this we have developed a support package specifically designed to meet professionals’ needs.

 

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