Here at Reach NW we understand that raising an autistic child can present some unique challenges.We know it is vital that families are empowered to support their child in order for them to REACH their true potential.Our Outreach Crisis Service provides bespoke packages designed to meet your families individual needs. Our professional teams work in the home environment with your family over 12 sessions providing the support needed to reduce the crisis and leave the family in a stronger position.
Weare a group of parents and carers of adults with learning disabilities who meet at the Jubilee Center, Darley Street, on the first Tuesday of each month from 7pm - 9pm.Ourmeetings are relaxed and friendlywith more serious input from guest speakers who bring specialist information on, for example, Care Options, Benefits, Personalised Budgets, NHS and other Health Services, Short Term Breaks and many other interesting topics.We aim to keep ourselves well informed so that our link with Adult
Jubilee Day Centre, Darley Street, BL1 3DX
If you look after a family member or friend who needs support due to age, illness or disability, Bolton Carers Support can help. We provide a Carers Helpline, a free newsletter, factsheets, benefits advice, information and advice appointments, courses and workshops on a range of topics and also offer short breaks. Please contact us for a free Carers Information Pack. Bolton Carers Support is a registered charity with over 20 years experience of supporting people who are caring for family
Bolton Carers Thicketford House, BL2 2LW
Bolton Dementia Supportis an independent not for profit charity working in Bolton supporting people who are living with dementia and those who care for them. The charity provides two afternoon Memory Cafes’each week throughout the borough. Memory Cafes run to provide information and support in an informal setting foranyone affected by dementia. We provide events and entertainers to enable everyone to have an enjoyable, fun experience andwe also organise 1/2 outings each year to places of
Carers Resource, BL2 2LW
We are a voluntary self funded support group in the Bolton area for patients who have an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator and their carers and families Aims and Objectives * To guide patients towards a support network that will enable them to access information and advice * Provide a forum for patients, carers, families and friends to meet and share experiences *Provide educational materials and standardised medical * Aim to raise funds to purchase AED's for local schools and sports clubs
Old Grammar School, Silverwell Street, BL1 1PS
Bolton Parent Carers is a voluntary organisation offering opportunities for parents and carers in Bolton who have a child or young person, aged 0-25 years, with special educational needs and/or disablilites (SEND) We provide free workshops and events for parents to support their knowledge of SEND and facilitate ways for parents and carers to meet others who understand their journey. We are the parent carer forum for Bolton and provide a parent carer voice at a strategic level across the local
The Bolton Hub, Bold Street, BL1 1LS
Local Mutual Support Group for Children with Down’s Syndrome and their Parents/Carers living in Bolton. We meet on the second Sunday of every month from 1pm until 3pm. All newcomers welcome. Our aim is to support children with Down’s syndrome, and their families living in the Bolton area.
Leverhulme Childrens Centre Leverhulme Park Commun, BL2 6EB
Breaking Barriers aims to support Disabled children and young people (aged 0-25) and adults with Autism (aged 18+) and their families to challenge and remove barriers to inclusion. BBNW have a strong strategic presence in Bolton and act as parent reps on the Disability housing sub group, the Post 16 transition guide task group, BDSA (Bolton Disability Sports Association), ETAG (Equality Target Action Group), Bolton ASC Forum and the Bolton Together Consortium. We work closely with other
Saint George's House, Saint George's Road, BL1 2DD
Careline offer a 24 hour, 365 day a year community alarm service. If you are elderly or vulnerable you can get help from experienced staff at the touch of a button. Careline can help you live independently in your own home, whether youown your own home or are in rented accommodation. We install a small unit that connects to your phone and you get a pendant which you wear. A microphone in the unit means that our staff can hear you and you can hear them even if you can’t get to the home unit
123 Prince Street, BL1 2ND
Contact a Family provides information, advice and support to families caring for children and young people with disabilities or additional needs. We have up to date information on local services and sources of support for families with disabled children.
Contact a a Family, EC1V 1JN
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