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
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
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
Crossroads Together (formerly Carers Trust in Greater Manchester) is a registered charity based in Bolton which provides home care services to support carers of children, young adults, adults or older people, who have a physical or sensory disability, learning difficulty, who are chronically ill or have life limiting illnesses. For over 30 years we have been dedicated to keeping families together by delivering high quality personal and medical care services in Bolton. We provide respite care
Thicketford Centre, BL2 2LW
Crossroads4Kids is part of Crossroads Together, which has been providing carerbreaks in Greater Manchester for over 30 years. Crossroads4Kids, is a childrens service that provides tailor made breaks to children of all ages andrange of health and medical disabilities, conditions and illnesses across Greater Manchester. Our integrated activities help to support the development of social and emotional skills and well being, either in a one to one or group setting. Through direct payments and other
Thicketford Centre, BL2 2LW
Cumberland School is a co-educational independent specialday school in Lancashire providing high quality education for children between the ages of11 and 18. Theschoolmeets the needs of a diverse group of pupils exhibitingbehavioural, emotional and social difficulties, alongside a range of other associated conditions which can hinder academic progress. We have created a high quality learning environment in which all our pupils can reach their potential in academic and social development.
Church Road, Bamber Bridge, PR5 6EP
A parent and carer led group offering days out, activities and support to pre-school and school aged children with disabilities /special needs, along with their families and carers
***FREE Family Sign Language ***courses forfamilies with D/deaf children under the age of 7.Deafserv Ltdcan refer families to Bolton Council who will assist in an application for funding, once the funding is received we can run the course in the service users own home. All family members are welcome (as are friends) as long as thoselearning Sign Language will be ofbenefit to the D/deaf child.Deafserv have Public Liability Insurance, Professional Indemnity and are fully DBS checked. Documentscan
c/o Ear 4 Kidz, BL2 1DD
Derwen College is a specialist setting working with young people with learning disabilities. Through personalised learning it promotes vocational, educational, social and personal development of a wide range of young people with learning difficulties and disabilities. Offering residential and day placements, post college living and work programme, apprenticeships, supported internships.At Derwen College we support you to live the life you want.
Derwen College, SY11 3JA
Thousands of people need Changing Places toilets to enable them to get out and about and enjoy the day-to-day activities many of us take for granted. Standard accessible toilets do not meet the needs of all people with a disability. People with profound and multiple learningdisabilities, as well as other serious impairmentssuch asspinal injuries, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis or an acquired brain injury, often need extra facilities to allow them to use the toilets safely and comfortably
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