Newcross donates infinity tunnel for children with learning disabilities to Treetops
Newcross Healthcare has donated an infinity tunnel to the Treetops unit at the White Lodge Centre in Surrey. Designed to sooth and relax, the tunnel displays an optical illusion light show which gives an impression of infinite depth.
Treetops is a unit within White Lodge Centre which provides short breaks for disabled children and young people up to the age of 18. Incorporating a large activity space including a soft play area, lounge, quiet room, and large landscaped sensory garden, Treetops is the ultimate respite unit.
Newcross has grown rapidly over 19 years and now has 45 branches across the UK. Building upon a reputation for providing a standard of excellence for personalised care, Newcross aims to provide the highest possible quality of care through well-trained and reliable healthcare professionals.
Matt Grayburn, Newcross Business Centre Manager said: “Newcross strives to reach out and support the local communities in which we operate. Donating the infinity tunnel to Treetops will enable the unit to provide a higher level of care to children and young people who are visiting on respite. Newcross believes in person-centred care and we are delighted to be able to support such a worthy cause in Treetops.”
Sophie Taylor, Treetops Manager concluded: “We are so grateful to Newcross for their generous donation. The infinity tunnel has been hugely anticipated by our young people who are thoroughly looking forward to using it. With the support of companies such as Newcross, Treetops can provide a higher level of care for our young people.”
Image: Harry, J.P, Tabitha, Jake, Elena, Kaam and Matt Grayburn, Newcross BCM enjoying the infinity tunnel!