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  1. Autism Support UK


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    Founded and headed by Bolton Autism Mum Linzi Tropea Autism Support UK is a Bolton provider of child centred bespoke parent & child training for children on the autism pathway or diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Condition. Its aim is to help children learn communication, social & play skills in fun-filled sessions at affordable rates while giving parents valuable training & strategies. Children are assessed at the start & learning goals are set. Data is taken and progress is

    Essa Academy, Lever Edge Lane, BL3 3HH
    (07841) 144267 help@as-uk.org

  2. Autistic Society Greater Manchester Area


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    The Aspirations project was formed in 1999 to providesocial and leisure activities forindividuals with Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism. The project is open to people from the age of 10 years and upwards – with no upper age limit. The majority of people accessing the service are aged between 10 and 30. To date,over 500 people have attended our activities. The Aspirations project gives members the opportunity to socialise and make friends and have fun in a supported and

    1114 Chester Road, M32 0HL
    (01618) 668483 finance@asgma.org.uk

  3. BACPAC


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    We are a volunteer group of parents and carers of disabled children. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to share views and experiences. We give you the opportunity to have your say on helping to improve your local services, Health, Education, Social Leisure and Transport.

    Castle Hill Centre, Castleton Street, BL2 2JW
    (07944) 237982 info@bacpacbolton.org.uk

  4. Belmont School


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    Belmont School is an Acorn Care & Education Independent day special school for boys between the ages of 4 -18. At Belmont School we have a proven track record of successfully meeting a wide range of Social, Emotional and Behavioural needs. Staff at the school are experienced in recognising and working with a wide range of additional challenges pupils face, including Autism, Asperger’s, speech language and communication difficulties, dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, and SpLD. The school

    Haslingden Road, BB4 6RX
    (01796) 221043 admin@belmont-school.co.uk

  5. Birtenshaw


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    Birtenshaw is a registered charity (1092798). Established in Bromley Cross, Bolton in 1956Birtenshaw provides a unique range of services for children and young adults with physical disability, including complex health needs and /or learning disability, including Autism Spectrum Conditions. Through Birtenshaw Special School and Birtenshaw College we provide special education for children and young people with Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND), aged from 3 years old into young

    Birtenshaw, Darwen Road, BL7 9AB
    (01204) 304230 enquiries@birtenshaw.org.uk

  6. Birtenshaw Hydrotherapy Pool


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    Birtenshaw's hydrotherapy suite is part of a new multi million pound development in the Bromley Cross area of Bolton. The hydrotherapy suite boasts a lovely 9x4m pool heated to 32c, offering disabled access, changing and state of the art equipment. Water Babies manage the pool and the timetable, and are now taking bookings from external providers i.e aquanatal, aqua aerobics, 1-2-1 swim coaching and so on. Please ring the number provided to check availability.

    Birtenshaw, Darwen Road, BL7 9AB
    (01204) 846003 Charlene.Jackson@waterbabies.co.uk

  7. 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

  8. Bolton Bullets Powerchair Football Club


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    Bolton Bullets Powerchair Football Club
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    We are affiliated to both Lancashire County FA and the WFA, whose insurance covers our activities. In September 2012, we were awarded the FA Charter Standard Club status.We offer training sessions for beginners and those who want to play recreationally. If you are a powered wheelchair user, why not come and watch us training to see if you fancy giving it a try.We usually train on Friday evenings from 5pm to 7.30pm at Smithills Sports Centre, Smithills Dean Road, BL1 6JS.

    Smithills Sports Centre, Smithills Dean Road, BL1 6JS
    07801 099061 mark@boltonbullets.com

  9. Bolton Children's Opportunity Group (COG)


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    Bolton Children's Opportunity Group (COG) is a local registered charity whose initial aim was to provide a stepping stone between home and playgroup or nursery for under 5's with disabilities and/or special educational needs. Over the years COG has become a leader in the field of inclusive provision for the under 5's.

    Lowndes Street Nursery, BL1 4QB
    (01204) 491085 info@boltoncog.co.uk

  10. Bolton Deaf Society


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    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
    01204 521219 info@boltondeafsociety.co.uk



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