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
We have opportunities for young people aged 13 to 25 years andcan deliver the following programmes: Creative Visual Arts Drama Young Enterprise Challenges and Events Basic Skills and Life Skills Development Courses Employability Skills Heritage Research Projects Volunteer Training Support in accessing Further Education, Training and Employment Social Activities Accredited Courses We offer short taster courses to add variety to our offer so please do telephone or email us to see what is on offer.
Bolton Enterprise Centre, Washington Street, BL3 5EY
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
We offer support to people with a visual impairment and their families and carers. We aim to reduce isolation by offering a Befriending Service, various social groups, trips and a sign posting service. If you are visually impaired or know someone that is, we can offer assistance in some way with our friendly staff and volunteers.
The Sensory Centre, BL1 4AL
As Bolton Wanderers Community Trust we are committed to working at the heart of the community with the community at its heart. Through the use of sport we are dedicated to providing quality experiences for the wider community of Bolton in order to assist in narrowing the gap of disadvantage. We are committed to act as positive role models to inspire, enhance and change lives and to achieve this in partnership with others. We commit to create a sustainable charity, with a cohesive approach and
Macron Stadium, BL6 6JW
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
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
Bridgewater Home Care was established in October 2010. We pride ourselves in providing a dependable, trusted, high quality home care service. Our experience, knowledge and enthusiasm means that we are able to offer our clients a home care service of the highest standard. As a family, we established Bridgewater Home Care because of our own personal experiences of care services across the North West of England. The difficulties in sourcing credible and reliable home care made us question why this
112-116 Chorley New Road, BL1 4DH
Brothers of Charity is a North West based provider of services for adults and young people with learning disabilities and associated complex needs, often including a dual diagnosis. The aim of our services is to enable the people we support to lead as independent a life as possible and be treated with equality, dignity and respect. Operating from our Lancashire office base, Brothers of Charity provides a range of services for individuals with diverse and often complex needs, often including
Lisieux Hall, Whittle-le-Woods, PR6 7DX
Building Opportunities is a service which is run by Ashcroft School. We offer students aged 14 to 19, who have struggled with the traditional school or college placements opportunities to enter one of the fastest growing industries – construction. We have developed a provision offering a number of construction based vocational activities. These offer students the opportunity to gain industry recognised qualifications at levels 1 and 2 in a range of specialist areas. The centre is
Schools Hill, SK8 1JE
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