A specialist service for parents and carers with physically disabled children has moved into a new permanent home, thanks to a donation from the Grant Making Foundation.

Small Steps was able to move into a state of the art new building in Worple Way, Richmond, thanks to a donation from the Grant Making Foundation.

A Spokesperson for Small Steps said: "We are so pleased to have now settled in our new home in Richmond!

"Small Steps now has a permanent home, fitted out especially for our Small Steppers and their families.

"We very much look forward to welcoming you to our new home in the coming weeks.

"If you’d like to pop in and see us, just let us know, the kettle is always on!"

Richmond and Twickenham Times:

Image credited to Small Steps.

Small Steps is a free service that welcomes more than 90 families every week.

A team of teachers, conductors and physiotherapists lead the parent-child team through a structured programme designed to help each child achieve the next developmental steps.

There are about six children per group and each group session has been designed to ensure that the children are able to work on similar skills.

The approach is based on principles of conductive education and is holistic.