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We currently have 2 services within Warwickshire. The Ramsden Centre is based in Nuneaton and the Sesame Centre is based in Rugby.
We specialise in supporting people with complex needs, autism and or learning disabilities and have a very experienced staff team. The team have a wide range of skills and have been trained to be able to support people in a person-centred way. We offer a wide range of building-based activities that people can enjoy, whilst supporting people to access the...
For more information on what is available during this current lockdown, please visit our website.
Cheylesmore Community Centre & Library is a large venue for local resident activities. We facilitate local groups to meet community needs and support volunteering greatly. Everyone is welcome
Social, cultural, educational and recreation activities include:
Cheylesmore Library, City of Coventry Corps of Drums, Coventry Festival Band, Cheylesmore Pre-School, Youth Club, Adult...
Awarded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted at three consecutive inspections, Derwen College provides a rich learning environment for young people aged 16-25 years with many conditions, including learning and physical disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, medical needs and behaviours of concern.
The main campus is located in a village setting in Gobowen, near Oswestry with satellites in Walford, near Shrewsbury, Craven Arms, south Shropshire and Telford.
We offer day provision for...
Our purpose is to provide the Educational and Development support young people need to achieve their potential.
We will enable and equip young people who are experiencing difficulties at mainstream school to stay in education. This will be done by consulting with Schools, other professionals, parents/carers and most importantly with young people themselves.
Where an alternative to school is required for an interim period, we will provide support and we will work to stop young people being...
Fortune College is a specialist college for young people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities aged 16-25. The college's Further Education Through Horsemanship (FETH) Course offers an educational residential/day programme, working with horses, that prepares young people with learning disabilities to live as independently as possible and participate in their local community. The college provides the opportunity to achieve accredited qualifications, develop...
Granite Hill Crafts Limited is a small Craft business where handmade leather goods are designed and made on site.
Based at Chilvers Coton Craft Centre in Nuneaton, our Unit is open to the public to purchase or place orders for personalised or commissioned items. We are passionate about our craft and are keen to pass on leatherworking skills to others. We offer leathercrafting courses and workshops to both organisations and the general public.
Our groups are intentionally kept small, to...
Hereward College is a national college for people with disabilities and additional needs based in Coventry. We offer learners a varied curriculum that focuses on skills for independent living and employment.
Our vision is to prepare our learners for the next stage of their lives, providing them with outstanding employability skills and greater control over their future. We have a focus on creating independent individuals who can make more of their own decisions about work education,...
ILEAP is a registered Charity. Our aim is to include people with additional needs aged 4 years and over into leisure activities of their choice in the local community.
Due to government advice, ILEAP has had to make some urgent changes and quickly adapt to make sure our members are still able to access activities, keep in touch with friends and avoid situations where people can quickly become isolated. We now provide a variety of interactive online sessions, cookery, exercise, arts...
Established in South Warwickshire by Trudi Rainsberry, Independent Autism Advice Limited offers professional advice for adults supporting, or educating, children and young people on the autism spectrum, with social communication differences, who may have co-occurring Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Working to develop a child-centred approach to understanding autism and SEND, respecting the importance of the voice and autistic perspective of the child or young...
Individual Futures is a day opportunities service for learning disabled adults in Hartshill, Nuneaton. We provide a wide range of activities for customers from our premises, many of which are community based.
Individual Futures prides itself on being a flexible service, tailored to meet the individual's needs. We follow the principles of person centred planning, creating a bespoke plan which will promote the needs and aspirations of the customer, matched to their capabilities...
We offer a Community Wellbeing Hub Service on behalf of Warwickshire County Council in Nuneaton, Atherstone and Rugby.
This is a free service to any adult with a learning disability and/or their carers.
We offer an information guidance and signposting service. Visit the website to see examples of help we have provided
We can help you find information about: what is on in your local community, training courses, benefits advice, learning disability service providers and lots...
We provide support and care in your own home, for adults with learning disabilities, at times to suit you, from a minimum of 3 hours per week.
The support can include personal care, shopping, cooking, domestic tasks, money management and budgeting, going out and accessing community facilities and groups.
We can support you to set individual goals and work towards achieving them in any aspect of your life.
We provide a person centred approach to supporting people to be as independent as...
Lifespace works with young people, helping them change their lives for good.
Lifespace provides mentoring for young people (aged 9-19), and delivers Youth Mental Health First Aid training.
Our team of mentors and trainers, most of whom are volunteers, work with young people to reduce the disadvantages, difficulties and worries that they face and help them make their own lives easier, safer, stronger, happier, healthier, richer and lighter.
New Pastures Care Farm is a small, friendly day service for adults and young people. We are a day service with a difference!
We have two farms in Warwickshire, one in the North of the county in Water Orton and one close to Warwick/Leamington Spa in the village of Harbury.
Care farming provides health, social and an educational service for a range of vulnerable groups of people. This includes people with learning disabilities, people with autism, people with mental health...
Provides information and support to dyslexics (age 4yr to Adult) and their families to advance the education of persons handicapped by Dyslexia, and to promote better understanding of Dyslexia to the public at large.
The Association works and has links with Local Education Authorities, other dyslexia organisations and charities.
Helpline 024 7661 0925(9am to 6pm)
Dyslexia Screening - Currently Suspended due to Covid-19(see attachment)
People in Action is a registered not for profit charity, established in 1985, with services spread out across the West Midlands and Oxfordshire. At People in Action we advise, help and support our customers with learning difficulties to live a meaningful life within their own communities.
Our Mission Statement
“Helping our customers to live the lives they want by working with them, their families and their communities”
Our Services include:
Our day activity services are provided at Abbey View Opportunities, which is a community based day service. The service is located in the village of Polesworth. The building is located in the heart of the community, close to the shops, library, Church, parks, pubs and bus routes.
Abbey View operates between 8.30am – 4.30pm Mon-Fri. Requests for services during the evenings and weekends are welcome. The service does not operate on bank holidays.
Reading Well can help you manage your health and wellbeing using helpful reading. They are produced by The Reading Agency. Currently there are four book lists available;
Reading Well for Mental Health
Reading Well for Dementia
Reading Well for Young People
Reading Well for Long Term Conditions
The books are all recommended by health experts, as well as people with lived experience of the conditions and topics covered and their relatives and carers. You can be recommended a title by...
Royal Leamington Spa College provides some of the best facilities in the region - improved, modern and creative facilities for our students and the wider community to encourage different ways of working and thinking.
Exciting state-of-the-art facilities that allow students to 'learn by doing,' with technology integrated into the building and 'learning zones' that are flexible, open-plan spaces.
STEM Centre with specialist equipment for teaching...
The £33-million Rugby College has specialist facilities for engineering, construction, hair and beauty and performing arts.
Superb engineering facilities, including the cutting edge Power Academy
First class laboratory and practical engineering workshops
Advanced machining centre and robotic facilities
Full-size training bays for plumbing and carpentry
IT facilities with industry standard software and design suites
Purpose-built art, design and craft workshops