We’re bouncing off the walls with excitement over our new trampoline, thanks to the kind people at Vuly Play.
The Brisbane-based company has again donated one of their top-of-the-line models – the Thunder Pro – to AEIOU Nathan, for our children to enjoy for years to come.
It’s all part of a fantastic philanthropic mission to support schools, hospitals and therapy programs that help kids, particularly those with autism.
The Thunder Pro is particularly well-suited for these children, because it uses no coil springs and has an enclosure that fully protects the bouncer.
Vuly Community Engagement and Brand Manager, Davinder Saini, says that the company values “being active in the local community”.
Mr Saini points out that Vuly knows well the positive effects a trampoline could have on a child.
“Bouncing on a trampoline is a fun way to expend lots of energy very quickly, while benefiting their balance and muscles, while also alleviating stress,”.
He continues, “The team at AEIOU has also told us that having the children request to use the trampoline is a great way of improving their verbal skills and also for interacting with others, socially.”
Vuly has also assisted AEIOU Nathan staff in selecting an appropriate swing set for the centre at a special rate.
A number of AEIOU’s centres use Vuly trampolines in their programmes. To find out more, visit https://www.vulyplay.com/