You might as well jump: AEIOU Sippy Downs thanks Vuly for trampoline delivery
Children and educators from AEIOU Sippy Downs are very thankful for the recent delivery of a trampoline from the team at Vuly, with therapists explaining the many benefits of trampolining for children with autism spectrum disorder.
The Vuly team came to the centre to deliver the trampoline earlier this year, where they were warmly welcomed by the children.
“Trampolining is a favourite activity of many children at our centres,” the therapists explained, outlining that the benefits of trampolining include:
- Creating a fun outdoor play environment
- Helps develop gross motor skills
- A safe way to de-stress from overwhelming stimuli and experience self-stimulatory movement
- Improves sensory input.
Vuly have been involved in creating outdoor play areas at a number of centres. Grant funding catered for a trampoline at AEIOU Camira in Ipswich, and Vuly donated trampolines to the children at AEIOU’s Bundaberg and Nathan (Brisbane) centres.
“A big thank you to Vuly for their generous donation and support; we love being a part of such a giving community. We’re looking forward to all the trampoline play to come,” a spokesperson for AEIOU said.