Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
We are a free cricket session held on a weekly basis. These sessions are delivered by the Yorkshire Cricket Board and funded by the Lord Taverners. We provide weekly opportunities for children aged 12-25 with any form of SEND the chance to participate in weekly physical activity (usually cricket) whilst offering workshop opportunities to build a better future.
Headingley Stadium, St Michaels Ln, Leeds LS6 3PW
The Yorkshire Super 1s Programme
The Information, Advice and Support Service is for parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in the Bradford area – and for their children too. We provide independent and impartial information, advice and support to parents of children and young people who have or may have special education needs (SEN). Children and young people may also access support from the service. Our service can help you with the following: providing access to information regarding SEN provision, Education, Health and Care Plans, statements, transport, exclusions and appeals helping to explain the content of reports/letters making telephone calls on client’s behalf and supporting them with writing letters supporting clients to arrange meetings with schools and other professionals and attending the meetings with parents accompanying clients on visits to alternative educational settings liaising with schools, the local authority and other agencies to promote positive relationships with clients disagreement resolution services equipping clients with the skills and confidence to work with professionals signposting clients to other sources of support
Bradford SENDIASS. 40-42 Listerhills. Bradford. BD7 1HR.
brainstrust is a brain tumour charity that focuses on support and wellbeing. Little brainstrust is designed for children and teenagers living with a brain tumour diagnosis. Our support specialist for children and families is based in Sussex however has a national role. 500 children a year are diagnosed with a brain tumour, and there are thousands of families living with a brain tumour. Two thirds of children diagnosed with a brain tumour are left with a disability. Families can find communication difficult, and awareness of brain tumours in children is low; this is even though brain tumours now kill more children than any other illness in the UK. We are actively trying to grow clinical links with hospitals and other charities locally and nationally, so that we can collectively work together to provide optimum care to our young patients. Families facing a brain tumour diagnosis of a child feel scared, confused and alone. We know. That’s why we’re working to support families by: Providing unique, honest, coaching-led support by phone (24/7) or email, helping families overcome challenges and find the best possible outcome for their child, and their family Helping families feel less alone by creating communities of peer support, […]
Josephs Well C19 brainstrust Hanover Lane Leeds LS3 1AD
Kickstart, Leeds Kickstart employment support for disabled people in Leeds Kickstart is a service aimed at supporting disabled jobseekers of working age ready to move into long-term sustainable employment. The service is open to disabled people in the Leeds area who are: Of working age Looking for paid employment. You will get tailored support from a specialist employment advisor to understand your career goals and how to achieve them. We offer: support with your CV training in job search and preparing for interviews advice and guidance on your career on-going support for you and your employer. Working with local employers Kickstart wants to support organisations to help them engage with more disabled people, if you would like more information please email email@example.com. Contact for Kickstart: Telephone: 0113 357 0330 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ADDRESS: i2Office, No. 1 Leeds, 26 Whitehall Road, Leeds, LS12 1BE These contact details are for this service. For everything else, email email@example.com or call free 0808 800 3333. Short breaks and activities for disabled children in Leeds Scope Activities works with Leeds City Council to promote short breaks and activities for families with disabled children aged up to 18. We do this in 3 ways. We offer: 1. Information for […]