Dudley Physical Impairment Medical Inclusion Service Charity Golf Day
Charity Golf Day at Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club
Dudley Physical Impairment Medical Inclusion Service
The physical Impairment / Medical Inclusion service is a team of qualified specialist teachers and a specialist peripatetic teaching assistant.
The service works collaboratively with other professionals in health and social care and with colleagues in sport and recreation. Staff support and develop the needs of the whole pupil in order to encourage social and emotional development as well as academic achievement.
Kim Fisher is the Head of Service and she along with the team at PIMIS are endeavouring to take a group of 10 to 15year olds with a mix of physical and medical disabilities on a 5-day break to the Lake District Calvert Trust (LDCT).
Activities on the trip include canoeing, walking, cycling, horse riding, swimming and their own wheelchair Zumba in the sport hall!
Food and accommodation need to be provided along with the activities and due to the extreme and varied disabilities of the children, one to one care is required in many cases.
We are attempting to help Kim raise £5000, towards the cost of this worthwhile venture and as part of our fundraising, we are holding a charity golf day at Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club on Friday 10th May 2019.
The event will take the form of a Texas Scramble with teams of 4 and the package will include a lunchtime snack with dinner and prize presentations in the evening.
Cost £240 per team- discounted by £18 for any fee-paying member of the club.
If you feel that you would like to we would be grateful for any sponsorship or prize donations.
John Addison email@example.com