For therapy, training, advice and support call us on 01684 576795 or Alternatively, please call the AFSIL (ARCOS Family Support and Advice Line) service on 07984 451327 on Monday or Tuesday from 9.30am -12.30pm or email: at any time.

How To Help Now


We rely on donations and volunteers to help people living with complex conditions. 

Your support makes a real difference. 

ARCOS and Pudsey

You can donate easily and securely via our JustGiving page.

£10 would help buy a sensory musical Instrument for the SMILE project.

£30 could help cover the cost of a child’s therapy activity session. 

£50 enables safe, online, multi-therapy to take place during COVID-19.

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Volunteer With Us

Our volunteers take part in a wide range of activities from fundraising to clerical tasks to making children’s therapy materials. 

If you would like to help us, please contact or telephone 01684 576795 to discuss volunteer opportunities. Thank you. 

“The silence of speechlessness is never golden. We all need to communicate and connect with each other – not just in one way, but also in as many ways as possible. It is a basic human need, a basic human right. And much more than this, it’s a basic human power.’ 

Williams, 2000

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We offer a multi-sensory environment for calming relaxation and sensory stimulation. Children with a variety of disabilities  attend.

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Through specialist multi-disciplinary therapies, rehabilitation activities, and emotional support to make a difference and changing lives.

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We provide training in understanding best practice care and the latest technological support for a range of conditions for healthcare professionals.

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ARCOS provide physical and online training, information, and advice. You also gain a network of peer support to assist you through your journey.

Samuel's Sponsored Innowalk Challenge 2021

12 year old Samuel Walker who has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair,  amazed everyone at ARCOS when he achieved a total distance of 5.3 kilometres using an Innowalk robotic rehabilitation device. The Innowalk is designed to help increase the flexibility of muscles, improve posture and movement and promote healthy hearts and lungs. Two product specialists from distributor, Made for Movement,  brought paediatric and  adult versions of the Innowalk to the ARCOS stand at the SAGE 2021, Sports and Grounds Exhibition held at the Three Counties Showground from Tuesday 27th to Thursday 29th  July 2021.


A number of ARCOS clients are trialling the Innowalk equipment at the ARCOS Centre in Malvern and we would be delighted to make it available to others.  So far, people with cerebral palsy, stroke and Parkinson’s Disease report that they have found the Innowalk to be beneficial.

Samuel’s parents said:

“When Samuel first tried the Innowalk at a demonstration earlier this year, it kept stopping because Samuel has frequent spasms and the Innowalk is designed to stop when the user has a spasm.   

But Samuel is really determined when he has set his mind on something.  He wanted to  go to the ARCOS stand at the SAGE show at the Three Counties every day and practise using the Innowalk.  So we all went, three days running and he was able to make the movements of walking himself.  On the  second day,  he set a target of walking 2.5 kilometres on the Innowalk – and in fact he managed 2.7 kilometres! Over the three days he had walked a total of 5.3 kilometres. It is almost unbelievable, we are so proud of him! Now he wants to raise money so that ARCOS can buy an Innowalk.

Samuel (using his eye gaze system of alternative communication) said:

“If ARCOS could have one (Innowalk) at the ARCOS Centre, then lots of children could use it.”

If you would prefer to make a donation by cheque, please make your cheque payable to: 

ARCOS and send it to Hatherton Lodge, Avenue Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 3AG