We are a not for profit charity,specifically providing a service to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in the Bolton and Greater Manchester areas.Our services include a weekly meeting by the Darby & Joan club for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and dual sensory loss members, on Tuesday each week, between 11am and 3pm. Tuesday evenings our Sports and Social group meet from 7pm - 11pm. We have a darts and pool team that meet for matches on a regular basis. Once amonth Royal Boltonaudiology hold aclinic,
Bolton Deaf Society, BL1 2AX
We are a voluntary organisation working to provide quality Sporting and Recreational Activities throughout Bolton for people with disabilities & their siblings. We run sessions in the following areas: Archery / Cricket / Dance / Cycling / Football / Gymnastics / Handball / Trampolining / Swimming & more. Please contact us if you would like any more information
Bolton Disability Swimming Club is open to young people with any physical disability, visual or hearing impairment or learning difficulties.There are two social evenings a year where swimmers are presented with certificates and badges.
Ladybridge High School, BL3 4NG
The forum was set up in the year 2000 to establish and maintain a cohesive link between all the 22 Hindu Community organisations in Bolton, at the timeBolton had 5000 Hindu Population which has nearly trebled in the past ten years. The Forum is an Umbrella Body which effectively engages with the view to identify, develop and promote common interest in all aspect of Social, Religious, Health, Economical and Political sphere. It strives to identify and address the issues and needs to responsibly
1 Thomas Holden Street, BL1 2QG
Information and Advisory Service, SEND, is a community based, free service for families and children with special educational needs and/or disabilities from birth to 25 years old. Independent from the local authority, we support parents carers and young people with all aspects of SEND, across education, inclusive of the statutory assessment process, Health services, and Social care. We also are very familiar with other sources of support available locally and nationally and have good links with
Lowndes Street Day Nursery, BL1 4QB
Bolton Lads & Girls Club is the biggest youth centre in the UK and is based in Bolton town centre. The Club is open 7 days-a-week, 52 weeks-a-year and welcomes all young people aged 8-21 years old. As well as the basic 7 nights-a-week youth club service, the Club also provides dozens of other projects for the town’s young people; The Mentoring Project, Sport, Pathways 2 Success, Residentials, Outreach & School Holiday Project to name just a few. Do you want to make a difference?
18 Spa Road, BL1 4AG
Here at Bolton LGBT+, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all. Our decision making process is informed by the needs of the community. Through our weekly drop in and monthly Big Night Out! we strive to make Bolton more LGBT friendly and inclusive and educated.
YMCA Bolton, 125 Deansgate, BL1 1HA
Former Professional Care Manager with National and Regional Providers has extensive knowledge and experience of working with vulnerable adults including life skills coaching, advocacy and a comprehensive knowledge of the Welfare Benefits system with many successes in securing benefit awards, offers a reliable and professional service for those who are seeking assistance with completion of benefit claim forms or appeals.Also offering life skills coaching to help promote and maintain independence
8 Westcliffe Road, BL1 7JP
We provide work placements with work related educational classes for learning disabled adults, learning at a level that is related to his or her ability with qualified teachers and trained support staff. The project provides learning disabled with work experience and life skills through the selling of donated used goods. Life skills are not always taught directly but often learned indirectly through experience and practice. At the project skills are taught that arerelevant to each student.
Bolton MENCAP, 308 Chorley Old Road, BL1 4JU
Bolton Neuro Voices is a small voluntary organisation committed to improving the quality of life of people with long-term neurological conditions and ensuring that their voices are heard by commissioners and providers. We provide: Introductory and Continuation Hydrotherapy Programmes at Bolton One, An Exercise Group at the USN Horwich Arena, An Information Point at Breightmet Health Centre A point of contact with professionals in the Health and Care Services
The Jason Kenny Centre, Moor Lane, BL3 5BN
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