Placements are paid for by parents’ direct payment money, solely by parents or funded directly by social services. Some may be funded by other sources. We keep our costs low to enable as many families as possible to access the scheme so we rely heavily on grants, donations and fund-raising. A family can refer themselves, but generally referrals come through their care managers and social workers.

Pricing for each activity can be found on the Activities page.

SPLASH would like to say a big thank you to Children in Need and the Lloyds Bank Foundation for making this possible:
"It's very easy with children like Bill to think 'this is it', if you don't endeavour to expand his experience you might as well give up...Splash makes him feel worthy - he puts on his SPLASH Tshirt and he switches on." Bills mum. 

 

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