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  1. IPSEA


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    Helplines Monday to Friday - times on website Free independent legally based advice to parents of children with all kinds of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). IPSEA operates: Website: Visit our website for model letters, SEN updates, support sheets and more Mailing list: Join our mailing list; become part of IPSEA’s family and keep up-to-date with news and information relevant to SEND Advice Line: Covered by fully trained volunteers providing legally based advice on a

    (01799) 582030 kupton@ipsea.net

  2. Bolton Boccia Club


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    Bolton Boccia Club providesparticipants the opportunityto experienceplaying the game of Boccia in an informal setting.Boccia is an indoorball game that is played seated and consists of six red balls, six blue balls and one white ball called the Jack. The aim of the game is to propel the six red and blue balls towards the Jack, using skill and strategic planning. The sport is aimed towards ages over 7 and beyond. The sportcan be played as a leisure game or a competitive game, leading towards

    Leverhulme Sports Centre, Long Lane, BL2 6EB
    (07961) 935516 Jazzblues64@yahoo.co.uk

  3. My Life Community Interest Company


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    My Life CiC is a not-for-profit organisation which offers opportunities for people who need support because of age, illness or disability to connect together. We offer meaningful day time opportunities at Thompson House Equestrian Centre including SEND programmes for young people aged 16 - 25 years, drama clubs, Duke of Edinburgh award scheme and holiday clubs.If you are aged 16 - 25 with special educational needs and/or disabilities and leaving school or college, My Life is pleased to be

    Thompson House Equestrian Centre, WN6 0PP
    01257 472900 info@my-life.org.uk

  4. St Vincent’s School A Specialist School for Sensory Impairment and…


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    St Vincent’s School is a non maintained, outcomes focused, special school offering both day and residential provision for pupils from 4-19 years of age with sensory impairment and other needs, on a weekly term time basis. We provide a safe environment in which high standards of education and care are provided.Pupils enjoy full access to the National Curriculum and an extended, enriched curriculum, ensuring specific needs are met.Pupils are taught in small class groups by Qualified

    St Vincent’s School A Specialist School for Sensor, L12 9HN
    0151 228 9968 johnp@stvin.com

  5. Crossroads4kids


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    Crossroads4Kids is part of Crossroads Together, which has been providing carerbreaks in Greater Manchester for over 30 years. Crossroads4Kids, is a childrens service that provides tailor made breaks to children of all ages andrange of health and medical disabilities, conditions and illnesses across Greater Manchester. Our integrated activities help to support the development of social and emotional skills and well being, either in a one to one or group setting. Through direct payments and other

    Thicketford Centre, BL2 2LW
    (01204) 365025 bolton@crossroadstogether.org.uk

  6. IDL


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    IDL Literacyis a cloud based intervention software, specifically designed to help improve the reading and spelling ability of those with dyslexia and dyslexia type tendencies. It can also be used as a wider literacy tool for other students. Many schools have reported benefits to those with lower level literacy ability and EAL learners. IDL on average shows improvement of 11 months in both reading and spelling ages after just 26 hours of use, and tutors report increased engagement in learning,

    (01524) 580665 sarah.rabone@ascentis.co.uk

  7. Penderels Trust


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    Penderels Trust
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    Penderels Trust is an established provider of Direct Payments and Personal Budget advice with over 20 years experience of working with people with disabilities to enable them to live independently and be active in their local community. The Trust is a not-for-profit organisation. The Trust provides support services locally and supports all disability groups including: physical impairments and/or sensory impairments, learning disabilities, disabled parents in a parenting role, older people,

    Penderels Trust, M6 6FP
    0161 743 3592 salford@penderelstrust.org.uk

  8. Appletree Treatment centre


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    Appletree Treatment Centre provides high quality care and education for girls and boys aged between 6 and 12 with emotional, health, social and associated learning difficulties.Over 20 years’ experience has allowed us to develop a superb clinical programme. Qualified and experienced psychologists and therapists provide individual therapy for our children, clinical input for the children's individual programmes and clinical consultation and training for our care, teaching and support teams.

    Appletree Treatment Centre, LA9 7QS
    (01539) 560253 clair.davies@appletreeschool.co.uk

  9. Olsen House School


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    Olsen House School is an independent school in Sefton, registered with Ofsted for boys and girls aged sevento 16 years who are struggling with social, emotional & behavioural problems with or without mental health difficulties. The school supports children and young people with various educational and social needs, including those with ADHD, ASC, ODD, dyslexia and dyspraxia. The school follows the National Curriculum where it is deemed appropriate and personalises timetables for all pupils.

    Liverpool Road, L23 5TD
    (01519) 240234 j.gorry@kedlestonschools.com

  10. Bridge College

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    Bridge College is a non-residential specialist FE college. We meet the needs of students up to the age of 25 years with learning difficulties and disabilities, complex needs, communication disorders and autism. With our new state of the art campus, we have access to a wide range of leisure and community facilities in Manchester as well asparks and open spaces. This means our students can learn in lots of different settings and develop the skills needed for life as an active and valued young

    Bridge College, Openshaw Campus, Whitworth Street, M11 2GR
    (01614) 874293 admin@bridgecollege.ac.uk



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