Become a GAP Facilitator
Work part time from home by becoming a facilitator of these fun sensory-motor stimulation groups developed by experienced Occupational Therapists. Teach moms weekly how to play with their babies/toddlers using everyday items to move from one developmental stage to the next.
Empower moms to make the first 1000 days of their baby’s life count!
Teach Moms weekly how to:
Moms and babies will learn how to use everyday items to move from one developmental stage to the next while having a blast! Make the first 1000 days of your baby’s life count with GAP’s weekly sensory-motor stimulation groups developed by experienced Occupational Therapists.
What our Facilitators are saying about GAP
I wasn’t one of those mums who just knew what to ‘do’ with their baby. I didn’t know how to ‘play’ with him. Which in retrospect seems so silly! I attended a gap playdate with a friend from antenatal classes and we both decided to join up. Best decision ever! Mothering can be such a lonely job–especially in the early days of a first timer. Gap offered me a safe place to meet friends (and remain sane), at the same time as engaging with my boy in stimulating activities, and absorbing information. I’m still friends with 2 mums from gap even though I live in a completely different city. I want for other mums to be able to experience what I did. To feel a sense of community in a group without judgement. Lourdes and Carly make an excellent team with each person understanding their role. It engenders confidence in their ‘product’. It helps too that they are very warm people – Neesha Pema – GAP East London
I recently took the plunge into becoming a GAP facilitator. It is something I considered before but the timing was not right with my young family. Today I started my second term as a GAP facilitator and I am loving it. I love the creative outlet it gives me. I love seeing lives transform as the moms start to get the joy and value in not just playing with their children but understating the importance of sensory play. I love watching the bonds form between the moms as they learn to trust each other and share their hardships and learnings on this journey called motherhood. GAP has already in its short time in our house added value to our own family. My children love coming home from school to see what the “babies” learned today and to play with whatever sensory play stuff is left to play with. My oldest two also love helping me prep. They love thinking of things we can make for tactile play in particular. GAP has also helped me understand my own son’s sensory difficulties (he is tactile intolerant and he seeks vestibular) and taught me tricks to do to help him in his day to day life. He is also a student at JumpLeapFly and loves every session he has. Jenni Illes – GAP Sunningdale