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Information, helpline, online forums and other services for people with M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis)
Respite breaks, day trips and holidays for people with physicial disabilities.
Motorbike mechanics training to disadvantaged and socially isolated young people.
Uses sport to engage with disadvantaged young people and improve employment opportunities and life skills.
Supports disadvantaged adults with life and employment skills training, work experience and volunteering opportunities.
Support, friendship and practical help through volunteer home visits to families from disadvantaged backgrounds who have young children, group support and a programme to ready children for starting school.
Services and support to children from birth to age 7 who have a special need and their families.
Home visits, support groups, drop-ins, family breaks and food, clothing and toys for vulnerable children and families facing crisis.
Therapeutic activities, particularly horticulture, for people with mental health problems.
Therapy, counselling and respite care through sailing courses as well as cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness training, art therapy and creative writing courses.
Specialised accessible equipment and clothing for children with disabilities.
Social activities, volunteering and work experience opportunities and training for people with disabilities.
Provides training, information and support to parents, carers and professionals living and working with children and young people who have Down syndrome.
Provides advice, information and training for families with children with sleep issues.
Works with children and young people with neurological and genetic conditions that cause developmental difficulties affecting their social, physical, communication and learning abilities. Provides assessments and developmental therapies.
Charity which supports grandparents and the wider family in children’s lives. Provides advice and information, research and policy briefings.
The Choir with No Name runs choirs for homeless and marginalised people.
Provides information, support and advice for people with M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) and raises awareness of the condition.
Walking Tall Project
Project to increase the employment opportunities of NEET young people by offering life skills training, sailing training, and support with physical and mental health issues.
1-1 mentoring and support for NEET young people, long-term unemployed adults and people with chronic health problems or disabilities. Aims to address barriers to employment, build confidence and gain social, practical and technical skills.