Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
We provide universal, targeted and specialist community health services for children and young people in Leeds aged 0-19. Detailed information on each of our services can be found on our website.
Stockdale House, First Floor, Stockdale House Headingley Office Park, Victoria Road Leeds LS6 1PF
Leeds Community Healthcare Children’s and Young People Services
NLY Community Sport is a not-for-profit organisation based in Yorkshire, which was established in September 2017 by James Grayson and Connor Rollinson. We provide sports coaching to adults and children with disabilities and learning difficulties from all walks of life. Currently we have over 60 participants across our sessions. The organisation is built on solid values. We believe in the power of sport to inspire people, irrespective of their social or economic background. We aim to increase our participants’ confidence and social skills, and help them build new friendships/relationships. We also aim to combat social isolation and loneliness, as well as enabling our participants to develop their physical and communication skills. We also want our participants to enjoy sporting achievement. We currently run five Disability Football teams across Yorkshire – Pontefract Pirates (Adult and Juniors) South Yorkshire Superheroes (Juniors) Nostell Miners Welfare DFC (Adults) Selby Disability Football Club (Adults)
NLY Community Sport
We are a parent, carer and families participation forum in Leeds which aims to empower parents/carers and families to work in partnership with services, organisations and professionals. We aim to improve choices for children and young people with additional needs, their families and carers. EPIC Leeds is the Parent Participation forum for parents/carers and families of disabled children and young people with additional needs in Leeds. We meet regularly in and around Leeds for coffee mornings, social occasions, trips out, meetings, and more.
First Floor, Unit 7, Landmark Court, Revie Road, Leeds LS11 8JT
Providing information to families with SEND 0-25 about services, support, provisions and activities
Margaret McMillian Tower, Princes Way, Bradford, BD1 1NN