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  • Short breaks for disabled children

    APNA Home Care

    Our aim is to enhance the quality of life for a significant number of children and young people with learning and physical disabilities.

  • Short breaks for disabled children

    APNA Social Inclusion/ Community Support

    Social Inclusion aims to provide support to children/young people from ages 5 - 25. This service is to help children and young people access information. activities and also gain confidence, build their self esteem, build social skills and promote indendence.

  • Young carers

    Aberdeen Young Carers

    Barnardo’s Aberdeen Young Carers Service A Young Carer is someone up to the age of 18 who provides unpaid help and supports a relative, friend, or neighbour who due to illness or disability cannot manage to live independently without carer’s help.

  • Play services

    Acorn Activities

    Target group for children aged 2-4 years old living on the Jackmans estate. With an to: - raise aspirations - contribute towards closing the EYFSP gap - increasing family engagement and activities available locally - create a support network for families living in the local area

  • Family support

    Act To Drama Short Breaks Group

    The drama group is for 8 - 19 year olds with individual needs who would like to join a weekly drama group. You will have the chance to make new friends, practice your drama skills and show these in the annual production . To request a place please contact us on 01706 769634 or email [email protected]

  • Young carers

    Action With Young Carers Wirral

    Supporting children and young people in Wirral who are looking after a family member who is ill, disabled, has mental health problems, or is misusing drugs or alcohol.

  • Young carers

    Action with Young Carers Liverpool

    Supporting children and young people ) in Liverpool who are looking after a family member who is ill, disabled, has mental health problems, or is misusing drugs or alcohol. Supporting Young Adult Carers up to age 25, who continue to have a caring responsibility for an Adult.

  • Disability advocacy/participation

    Activities In The Black Country Birmingham

    The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is for young people aged 14-25 with a disability & special need. The programme is based on non-competitive activities for young people. There are three levels of Duke of Edinburgh's Award which includes Bronze, Silver and Gold. Each level is divided into four sections which includes volunteering, physical, skills & expedition.

  • Disability advocacy/participation

    Activities In The Black Country Wolverhampton

    Barnardo’s provides an opportunity for children and young people aged 8-18 with a disability & special needs to access Saturday & Holiday Activity provision. The service works in partnership with Wolverhampton City Council to deliver new and exciting activities for children and young people with disabilities across the borough.