planning diagramOn 8 Jan 2016, Members of the SPLASH Committee, parents carers, volunteers, staff and David Cox from the Teignbridge CVS came together to consider the views of families who use our service and find a way forward for SPLASH. Everyone worked very hard and practical solutions were found for the problems in hand.

Download the report from the day to see our potential development model taking shape with our plans for the future. Download report ►

SPLASH will continue to be parent led and extend its offer to support children and young people with additional needs from the age of 0-25 years. In time we want to develop a fit for purpose centre; a new home for the SPLASH family. Right now we want to build our staff team ready for the Easter holidays and invite interested parties to join the SPLASH committee: please contact Kate Tapp e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Our current planning is informed and guided by feedback from our recent SPLASH Parents Survey - click here to download ►

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