Brighter Opportunities for Special People (BOSP) is a small charity based in South Essex that provides support to children and young people with complex disabilities or life-limiting conditions.
The charity provides a range of activities for children and young people with disabilities from the ages of 4-25 at various stages of their development to reduce isolation, develop independence, self-esteem and social skills, whilst relieving family pressures by providing essential respite.
These sessions are dedicated for children and young people who have profound physical disabilities, require specialist feeding, have complex health needs or challenging behaviours.
Global’s Make Some Noise is proud to support the charity’s ‘Skills for Life’ activities project and a new mentoring programme, that will help young people with disabilities from the ages of 15-25 to move into further education and independent living.
The project is designed to gradually integrate young people with disabilities out into the wider community by providing life skills training, including communication and employability skills, money handling and nutritional guidance to support their independence.