Recovering function and mobility after a spinal epidural haematoma
On 29th June 2016 we enjoyed a visit to “The Milkshake Tree”, an experiential pop-up exhibit inspired by children from the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy (LCCCP). The Centre is currently raising funds to add to its premises additional facilities and creative spaces that stimulate perceptions.
The exhibit gives a flavour of these concepts. It features s a giant xylophone wall, multi-sensory elements, and, at its centre, a calming reflective space. It is currently in North Greenwich as part of the London Festival of Architecture and will eventually be moved to the LCCCP premises for use by the children. In the meantime, the exhibit is open to the public and visitors (adults and children alike!) have been enjoying it.
Kingsley Napley is very proud to support the work of the LCCCP, which provides a supportive learning environment to allow children with cerebral palsy to reach their potential.
You can learn more about the work of the LCCCP on their website here.
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