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  1. Friendship Outings Scheme

    From: Kith and Kids

    Many of the people we support do not have a wide social network and rarely get to do an activity of their choice independently from their parents or carers. Our Friendship Outings Scheme links two trained Kith & Kids volunteers with a person with a disability...

  2. 2:1 Social Development Projects

    From: Kith and Kids

    Our unique 2:1 Social Development Projects link children and adults with learning disabilities or autism with two trained volunteers. Each participant follows a timetable of workshops and activities throughout the week that is specially adapted to suit...

  3. Support for Families

    From: Springcare Support Services

    What is the service?  The service is to provide support for families in need within their homes or to access the community. Also providing parents with respite. We can provide the following support in addtion:  School runs Appointment support Boundary...

  4. Support for Children

    From: Springcare Support Services

    What is the service?  The service is to provide personal care support for children in the home or; Outreach support to access the community, providing parents with respite.  What types of children do you support? Children with Learning Difficulties, Autism,...

  5. Home Support Volunteers

    From: Noah's Ark Children's Hospice

    Our trained volunteers offer support to families in and around the home. This could involve playing games with children and young people, helping with homework, or carrying out practical tasks such as gardening or packing. They can also be an extra pair...

  6. Specialist care

    From: Noah's Ark Children's Hospice

    Specialist Carers are trained by a Paediatric Nurse to care for the needs of your child. They aim to support your child’s full clinical, emotional, social and practical needs. Knowing that your child is being taken care of by a Specialist Carer will allow...

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