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
Provider of accommodation based support to single homeless people. Referals are made via the Bolton Council Housing Options Team
Muamba House, Duke Street
Ashcroft School is a specialist school in Stockport that supports students aged 8 to 18who havesocial, emotional and mental health difficulties. Students may also have other difficulties such as school phobia, anxiety, depression, or have diagnoses of ADHD, foetal alcohol syndrome, acquired brain injury (ABI) or autism. Every child should have the chance to shape their future through learning. Ashcroft offers the right balance of personalised learning and intensive support to help every student
Schools Hill, SK8 1JE
(BACKUP North West Ltd, formerly known as Bolton Young Persons Housing Scheme) At BoltonBackup Charitywe offer three different services, and these are: Castle House We offer meals, communal areas for support and safe accommodation in a large group home. Each young person has their own bedroom but share a bathroom with 2 other young people. Project Front Door 24 hour supported accommodation with 10 units. Intensive support for young people who need extra support prior to semi independent living.
Trinity House, Breightmet Street, BL2 1BR
Birtenshaw is a registered charity (1092798). Established in Bromley Cross, Bolton in 1956. Birtenshaw 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
We are a registered charity providing social housing. We now own and manage more than 18,000 homes in the borough. We provide services including training, IT drop in, job seeking support and much more to communities around Bolton through our UCAN centres and neighbourhood management teams.Our services include: Family Intervention Service – provides floating support to families with anti-social behaviour problems that my put their tenancy at risk or have lost their tenancy due to
18-20 Ashness Drive, BL2 5EW
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
Bolton Cares is a newly established care company and a key provider of care for Bolton residents. We are dedicated to ensuring the people of Bolton have easy access to our services and their carers’ and families continue to receive high quality, safe, value for money care and feel welcomed and valued. What we doWe offer a quality range of services to support individuals throughout their adult journey in social care.By linking in with a wide range of care providers and professionals in the
Bolton Cares, Thicketford House, Thicketford Road, BL2 2LW
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
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
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