This website introduces the work of New Horizons Support, who it seeks to help, and how.
FOR THE MOMENT, EVERYTHING ON THIS WEBSITE IS SAMPLE TEXT AND INFORMATION!!! IT HAS YET TO BE EDITED AND REFINED – DO NOT ASSUME THAT ANY OF THE CONTENTS ACCURATELY REFLECTS NEW HORIZONS SUPPORT – THIS IS ‘PLACE-HOLDER’ TEXT WHICH WILL BE FULLY UPDATED FOLLOWING CONSULTATION WITH ALL PARTIES.
New Horizons Support is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Kendo Nagasaki Foundation, Charity Number 1161005, registered in England and Wales, which was founded by Peter Thornley, the man behind Kendo Nagasaki’s iconic mask!
The KNF operates a Zen mindfulness and meditation retreat at Moor Court in idyllic rural Staffordshire, and has joined forces with a talented group of people to support families who have children with special needs, specifically autism.
The Mission Statement of New Horizons Support is as follows:
“To provide day-support and PA-support for adults with learning disabilities.”
Families can come to “Horizons” for day support, there is a capable core team ready to help and they’re pushing the aims and objectives forward. We will make every single penny count towards providing the support that is so needed.
Please look around this website to see what we have planned, how we’re going to achieve it,
and how YOU can help!