Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
Would you like to join the PHAB Club? We meet at the Prince Philip Centre, Scott Hall Avenue, Leeds 7 on Friday evenings between 7.00 – 9.00 for evenings of friendship and fun. Every Friday is different – with lots of music, entertainment, discos and parties, or you can sit quietly and chat with friends. Our members are from 9 years to 90 (many are in their teens & twenties). A few members have been coming for forty years or more. We also have super outings in our PHAB minibuses: fish & chip evenings, canal trips, bowling and burger evenings and summer residentials. Where possible we provide transport. If you have a physical disability or mild learning disability, or life limiting illness or able bodied – you are welcome to join the PHAB family.
Prince Philip Centre, Scott Hall Avenue, Leeds LS7 2HJ
PHAB Club Leeds
LWCA is a charity, established since 1998 which exists to provide short breaks for children and young people with additional needs. There are 4 projects within Leeds Weekend Care Association. Weekenders Club: Essentially is a play scheme operating from Vine Education Centre in Leeds 6. We are open Saturdays and Sundays 47 weekends per year from 10.00 a.m. until 4.30 p.m. There are places for 136 children between the ages of 5 and 18 years old. Each child/young person gets to come to their session once a month. We operate on a minimum of 2 staff to 1 child but this ratio fluctuates according to the needs of each child/young person. Lots of our clients have medical needs or high supervisory needs which means we would often have 1:1 supervision. We are supported by volunteers in this project. Voluntary contribution – £22.00 per session. The Out and About Project: Is for teenagers with inclusive needs between the ages of 14 and 18 years old. We organise 6 outings per month and invite young people on our register to those events. During term time the events are between Monday and Friday in the evenings. In the school holidays, day trips are […]
Leeds Weekenders Care Association
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is made up of 97 GP practices and we cover a population of around 870,000 people. We work with a range of partners to help us met our objectives as well as supporting the work we are doing as a city on the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Leeds. We have a seat on the Health and Wellbeing Board to help us achieve our ambition of Leeds being a healthy and caring city for all ages, where people who are the poorest, improve their health the fastest.
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group Suites 2 – 4, Wira House Wira Business Park Leeds LS16 6EB
NHS Leeds CCG
The Cinderella Club has one basic aim. “To improve life for the underprivileged children of Bradford.” We try to achieve that by enabling them to :- Participate in activities alongside their school friends. Obtain some of the desirables in life that others take for granted. Obtain some of the necessities for life within their own area of need. We cannot wave magic wands to make this happen but we can do it in other ways:- Provide funding that they cannot acquire for themselves. Provide contacts who can help their situation Influence others to get involved.
16 Chapel Street Bradford Bd1 5DL