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Entrust Care Partnership - Getting out and about

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Entrust Care Partnership - Getting out and about

Entrust Care Partnership was born as a direct response to aspirations expressed by families caring for children, young people and adults with disabilities and additional needs.

Not for profit organisation working with disabled children, young people, adults and their families.  Range of short breaks, counselling, training and one to one support.

Entrust Care Partnerships’ Vision is:

To meet the needs of disabled children, young people, adults and their families and carers through the provision of short break activities, care, support, training advice and brokerage tailoring services which are bespoke to the individual.

The following describe services we have developed to date:

Out and About Service - The Out and About Service will provide volunteer befrienders who will work with families across Warwickshire and Solihull to offer the opportunity for disabled children and young people to enjoy activities of their choice, out and about in the community or at home with the support of a volunteer. (Funding, thanks to the generosity of BBC Children in Need!)

Let’s get healthy - These groups spanning school holiday periods support young people to participate in physical activities whether it is dance, team games, football or other sports in the local environment. The two-hour sessions are alternated to include healthy eating sessions, food variety, fabulous food and how the body works. Skilled support staff, volunteers and other relevant coaches will work initially in the Stratford area but with positive outcomes for young people’s health and well-being and a legacy of increased knowledge supporting the public health agenda, it is intended that these sessions would be actively pursued in other geographical locations.

Coffee and Chat - An opportunity for an informal ‘Coffee and Chat’ for parents and carers of children, young people or adults with additional or specific needs or disabilities. A great way to speak to someone who understands and find out about support that is available. Facilitated by experienced parents and professionals who will be on hand to answer any questions you have about what local and national support is available, where to turn to next after a recent diagnosis and much more. 

For more information, check our website http://www.entrustcarepartnership.org.uk/what-we-do/family-participation/ or email lynnebarton@btinternet.com 

Walk and Talk - A walking group for parents and carers, come and enjoy the fresh air, indulge in a chat, coffee and cake. The walks can cater for all levels of fitness.

Join Angie our volunteer parent in Stratford or Nigel at Ryton Pools, see our website for more information http://www.entrustcarepartnership.org.uk/what-we-do/family-participation/ or call email lynnebarton@entrustcarepartnership.org.uk



Service Access

Age range:

0-5 yrs , 6-11 yrs , 12-16 yrs , 17-18 yrs , 19-24 yrs , 19-24 yrs , 25-44 yrs , 25-44 yrs , 45-64 yrs , 45-64 yrs , 65-74 yrs , 65-74 yrs


We welcome any child, young person or adult with a disability, special or additional need. Any eligibility criteria is related to age or geographical location.


Varied costs depending upon the service offered.

Accessibility info:  

We use external venues which are accessible. We aim to work in partnership with other organisations enabling us to deliver local services.  

DBS Checks First Aiders  
Other info:  




Contact Details

Contact name:  
Lynne Barton 
Entrust Care Partnership,
01926 612748 


Last updated - 01/03/21

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