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Entrust Care Partnership - Training and Workshops

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Entrust Care Partnership - Training and Workshops

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:

Meeting the sensory needs - We listened to you and are proud to be working with Family Voice Warwickshire to host a number of sessions for parents and carers of children or young people with additional or specific needs or disabilities. Each session will be relaxed and informative with time for participant’s questions. Come along and learn how to develop an understanding of sensory processing and how it can affect all areas of life. Achieve a greater understanding of how to spot when your child is having difficulties coping with their sensory world. Practise strategies for helping to develop a sensory rich environment.

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

Who Cares – We Care - When you look at NHS Choices website it tells us that Carers can suffer from poor health and back pain, find it difficult to maintain healthy diet and exercise, experience the pressures of juggling family life, be emotionally drained, stressed or sleep badly, feel emotions of guilt, resentment, anger, loneliness and depression. Not everyone ticks all these boxes but a part of it seems to strike a chord with some of the families we talk to. We are always keen to support families in any way we can and for this service we want you to be the ‘centre of attention’ for a change and our Who Cares We Care programme of seven sessions did just that for a group of parents and carers just recently! Parent and Carer Workshops not only celebrate the joys of caring for a child, young person or adult but also think about the emotional and practical stresses and what strategies can be helpful. We will learn from each other as well as experienced practitioners.

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

 

Service Access

Age range:

19-24 yrs , 25-44 yrs , 45-64 yrs , 65-74 yrs

Eligibility:

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.


Costs:

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.  

 
Accreditation:  
DBS Checks First Aiders  
Other info:  

Newly formed organsiation seeking grants and other income to provide services we have been sucessful and secured moneys to provide sessions for under fives, 14 plus. More to follow. Will be developing services across the County but currently grants awarded cover South Warwickshire area.  

Operational contact Lynne Barton

Email  lynnebarton@entrustcarepartnership.org.uk

 

 

Contact Details

Contact name:  
Lynne Barton 
Address:  
Entrust Care Partnership,
Telephone:  
01926 612748 

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Last updated - 25/02/21


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