New Start Community Living provides Supported Living services to people with learning disabilities and autism. We also provide children's homes for young people with learning disabilities and autism.
5 Mayfield Avenue, BL3 2PE
Kidz2gether provides clubs and activities for children and young people, between the ages 0-25yrs and their families, who have (or are going through) a diagnosis of A.S.D. or social/communication disorders.Activities include football, swimming, sports clubs, trampolining, play clubs, brain gym and many more.
Horwich Resource Centre, Bl67bg
Exceptional individuals helps people with dyslexia find employment (free of charge). It’s our mission at Exceptional Individuals to change the mind set of employers by informing them of the many advantages hiring a Dyslexic person can bring. We are an online facility that works with employers nationwide (including Bolton).
Frederick's Place, EC2R 8AE
We help deaf/hard of hearing/deaf-blind people make progress with: Completingbenefit forms Benefit Medicals Bill and debt problems Direct debit set up Applying forbus passes Applying for Blue Badges Council Tax / Housing Benefit Making complaints Job Problems Finding asolicitor Legal aid where possible Other Problems
bolton Deaf Society, BL1 2AX
The ASD clinic provides specialist assessments and interventions for children and young people with a range of developmental conditions, including autistic spectrum conditions.Our multidisciplinary team provides specialist support for a broad range of needs, including speech and language, physical and sensory, cognition and learning, and social, emotional and mental health.
3-5 St John St, M3 4DN
Cedar House School is a co-educational independent specialist day and residential school on the North Yorkshire, Lancashire border providing high quality education and care for children between the ages of 7 and 18. The school meets the needs of a diverse group of pupils exhibiting behavioural, emotional and social difficulties, alongside a range of other associated conditions.
Bentham, LA2 7DD
Genie Family Centre inspires families with deafness across Greater Manchester. For Genie, the term 'deaf' means those who are deaf, deafened, or hard of hearing. All staff are deaf aware and can use speech, British Sign Language or sign supported English. Genie has many events and trips organised through the year for our families to enjoy.
Genie Family Centre, 229 Winchester Road, Stretford, M32 9PT
Bolton Newstalk provides a free weekly audio news service to blind and visually impaired people in Bolton using stories from the ‘Bolton News’ and including relevant information, e.g. from RNIB or the utilities, together with What's On updates. Bolton Newstalk is run by committed and skilled Volunteers. Bolton Newstalk also provides a unique audio conversion service, producing listener-friendly audio versions of written publications.
Bolton Newstalk, BL2 2QL
Pontville School is a co-educational, independent specialist day and residential school in Lancashire, providing high quality education and care for children between the ages of 5 and 19. The school meets the needs of a diverse group of pupils with speech, language and social communication difficulties, Situated in Ormskirk, the school has a unique approach, whereby all subject teaching is designed to make communication skills a central theme to their content.
Pontville School, L39 4TW
SNUFS is a Local Voluntary Organisation which supports pre school children, aged between two and five years who have additional support needs. Our Volunteers support on a 1-1 basis in mainstream childcare settings across the Borough. Children are referred to the organisation if it is felt that extra support would help them tointegrate fully and benefit from all the experiences offered within their local pre-school setting.
Castle Hill Centre, BL2 2JW
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