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Message posted by Shortie201718/5/2018 at 4:08pm
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hi I know this is an old thread but wondered if you have any advice or know of any particular great sites for children with special needs around the heart of England. we are Milton Keynes and would need to take to cars but don't want to drive to far. 2 children have special needs so need to make sure its suitable for them.
thanks Michelle

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What kind of things do they like, and what kind of special needs do they have?

My son has autism, and he likes camping, but needs to have a space of his own where he can disappear to when it all gets a bit overwhelming.

He loves water, so a site with a pool is great for him, but this often comes along with the whole clubhouse thing going on, and thatís waaaaay too much for my daughter. She canít deal with that at all.

So I think it depends what you need, because you know your children best. Xx


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