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Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
Accessible and inclusive musical opportunities for those with additional needs and disabilities in West Yorkshire and beyond.
Accessible Inclusive Music (AIM)
I work with families who are navigating the SEND system and support them to break down the barriers that are often put in place by schools and LA’s. There is hardly ever a quick fix, it’s a journey like no other but my aim is to armour parents/carers with practical advice and the strength to carry on the fight. Currently funded support available through a Lottery Grant.
The Lightbulb Moment PDA CIC
Geeks Room CiC provide an alternative environment to the traditional school, where children are able to learn through gaming (GamEducation) and practical based lessons. All the lessons are conducted by mentors, each lesson is tailored to the needs of the individual child and in line with the school curriculum. We cater for children 8-18, for all abilities and capabilities and we especially want to support children with special needs. The aim is to be inclusive to all at the centre and provide an interactive and fun approach to learning while in a safe environment and having the freedom to socialise with all.
5 Armley Court, 1st Floor Armley Road. Leeds. LS12 2LB
Geeks Room CiC
North & West Yorkshire Association for Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus (North & West Yorkshire ASBAH) is a registered charity supporting children, adults and families with hydrocephalus and/or spina bifida in North & West Yorkshire By supporting, informing, and campaigning, North & West Yorkshire ASBAH is continuing to help promote individual choice, control, and quality of life for all the people who use our services. We work in partnership with Shine which is the national organisation for people with Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus but we are a charity in our own right with our own charity number and we have to raise our own funds for our work. We are committed to helping and supporting all our service users, whether this is through planning social and recreational events, or providing up to date information and education to our members. We originally started out as the Leeds Association in 1966 primarily as a parent organisation and we became a registered charity in 1967. Our registered charity number is 252129.
25 Hornbeam Court, Oxford Ave, Guiseley, Ls20 9BW