Children's Services

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We offer a wide variety of activities and support for children and young people with a disability or life-threatening illness from birth to 18 years of age. 

As a young person approaches adulthood they are introduced to our Transition groups. Take a Break provides services for adults who have a learning disability, which means for some people we can continue to provide them with support throughout their adult lives.

To find out more about what services we offer, see the links below:

Individual Support

We support children and young people to access leisure and community facilities of their choice. We can also provide support staff to work within your home. This could be to provide support with personal care needs, evening sits to allow parents and carers the chance to go out in the evening, or individual support into local community groups like Scouts or Brownies. 

Group Activities

We provide a wide variety of group activities during term and holiday times. Our Saturday Clubs, Playschemes and Activity Days provide safe places for children and young people to socialise away from school, build their confidence and independence and, most importantly, to have fun! 

We run Groups in the following areas. Follow the links to find out more:

To find out about what spaces we have available, please visit the Customer Group Vacancies page.
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