Sparklers Foundation

'Providing support for families of children and young people with Additional Needs, Autism and related conditions.'

Sparklers Foundation

Providing information and support with the ethos of promoting a better a quality of life and self-help in families where an individual (0-19 years) has Additional Needs, Autism and other related Special Needs and Disability.'

Sparklers Foundation

'Helping combat isolation and other unique challenges faced by families in Health, Educational, Social and Economic aspects of life.'

Sparklers Foundation

'Providing support for families of children and young people with Additional Needs, Autism and related conditions.'

Sparklers Foundation

'Providing support for families of children and young people with Additional Needs, Autism and related conditions.'

'A child or young person has Special Educational Needs if they have a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for them.'

'A disabled person is defined as someone who has a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on his or her ability to carry out normal day to day activities.'

Welcome to Sparklers Foundation

Sparklers works closely with local authorities and link organisations to:

- Share helpful information  through our social media platforms and events.

- Reduce isolation for families through social networking events.

- Provide inclusive play opportunities for children with additional needs and their siblings.

- Educate families on specific needs and support strategies.

- Signpost families to appropriate services.

- Provide guidance during diagnoses, EHCPs and school application processes.

- Encourage an ethos of self-help and self-care among families.


‘We would have made the wrong decision without your timely information. Thank you very much’

- (LJ) - Chobham, Surrey

‘Our family enjoys having the children together in a safe space where they can be themselves and play without questioning looks’.

- (AO) - Sandhurst, Bracknell

‘Why didn’t anyone share any of this information with us before? You have been very helpful’.

- (TS )- Deepcut, Surrey

‘‘At least we all have each other and help each other out when there’s a need’.

- (JF) - Farnborough, Rushmoore

‘Thank you for all the educative information on our platform’.

- (AS) - Aldershot, Hampshire

‘Thanks for the NAS information sheets emailed to us’. This may be the beginning of an educative revolution for some of our families managing Autism’.

- (DE) - Dr EA Ghana

‘We just wanna see the best for kids. The first seven years shapes a person’s life so the intervention is much needed for children with Special needs.’

- (JA) - Queens, Australia

“I just wanted to say thank you for such a lovely morning. You made us all feel so welcome.

The presents were amazing. There was so much to do in a safe and welcoming environment for our children. Thank you once again!'

- (SA) - Woking, Surrey

“Fantastic sessions.”

- (LF) - Hampshire

“Really relaxed.”

- (MD) - Camberley, Surrey

“Plenty to do, relaxed atmosphere.”

- (EA) - Camberley, Surrey

“Great fun had, T was relaxed and really enjoyed it.”

- (SW) - Lightwater, Surrey

“Generous and fun sessions.”

- (CH) - Woking, Surrey

“Parents and children had fun and were excited to receive their presents.”

- (AM) - Frimley, Surrey

“Welcoming, enjoyable, lovely place to come.”

- (LW) - Knaphill, Surrey

“Very grateful for opportunity to see Santa safely with whole family.”

- (SO) - Woking, Surrey

“Welcoming, relaxed environment for F to play and be himself.”

- (NW) - Mychette, Surrey

“My whole family enjoys the sessions.”

- (CO) - Farnborough, Rushmoore

“We just want to see the best for the children in general. The information and opportunities you provide help us to achieve this.”

- (JV) - Queensland, Australia

Our Vision

Our vision is to make the world a better place for individuals with Special Needs and Disabilities, and families where an individual has Additional or Special Needs.

Our Mission Statement

We work towards our vision by reducing or alleviating the challenges faced by individuals with Additional or Special Needs & Disability, and their families in the following ways:

  • Providing safe, nurturing environments for individuals and families to be in, and to interact.
  • Providing educative and helpful information.
  • Providing advocacy and standing up for those who have difficulty standing up for themselves.
  • Working in partnership with other organisations to identify and bridge the gaps in provision for individuals with Special Needs and Disability and their families.

Our Values

These are the values which influence our positive working relationships with families and organisations:

  • Unity and teamwork.
  • Confidential, compassionate and respectful interactions.
  • Honesty.
  • Empowering families to enable them stand up for themselves.
  • Empowering through continual learning.
  • Actively listen and act.
  • Persistence.
  • Celebrating successes.
  • Generosity.
  • Bettering our community. Design By Toolkit Websites