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Derby Women's Centre

Advice, support and a safe space for women in Derbyshire. Counselling service. Legal advice. Pregnancy testing. Employment and skills training. Complementary therapies. Social activities. Support groups: Freedom programme (domestic violence), Phoenix Group (depression).


Break’s core business is the provision of children’s homes for Looked After Children in their home Local Authority. Break has seven mainstream children’s homes in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire and a Therapeutic Fostering Service offering single placements to traumatised young people. Young people leaving Break’s care continue to be supported by our in-house Moving On Team. In addition to the mainstream homes, Break has a children’s home for young people with profound learning and physical disabilities and two short-break schemes for children with disabilities. Break also provides a range of assessment and support services to children at risk through a Residential Family Centre in Lowestoft and a range of community-based services, including assessment work, across East Anglia.

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Children First (Derby)

Befriending service for parents with children (aged 18 and under), who are under stress. Volunteer befrienders visit parents in their own homes to offer emotional support and reduce isolation. Information service. Supervised contact service.

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ATD Fourth World

Family support network with regular meetings and opportunities to learn parenting and life skills for families living in poverty. Forums where people can meet and talk to policy makers. Campaigns on poverty and human rights. Full time and part time volunteering opportunities available.

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Cumbria Family Support

Befriending service for families experiencing problems. Trained volunteers visit families in their own homes on a regular basis - often weekly - to offer support. Groupwork provision for children and parents at various venues.

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PSS - Liverpool Personal Service Society

Range of care and support services including adult placement, community resources, personal assistance, supported accommodation and community access. Services for older people, young carers, disabled children, people with learning disabilities, people with terminal illness, people with mental health problems, young people in care, families experiencing divorce, and the local community.


Advice and information for children with additional needs and their families, including local information, leaflets and contacts. Playschemes and activity days during school holidays held throughout North East Derbyshire & Chesterfield for children and young people with a range of disabilities. Evening youth clubs throughout the area during term time. Independent Living Group.

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Salvation Army - Blackpool Community Centre

Range of services for the local community, including a playgroup for under 5s and a widows support group. Day centre for homeless people over the age of 25 (Bridge Project) offering advice on finding accommodation, training and education. Sessions with nurse, drug and alcohol workers, mental health team and local council's rough sleepers team. IT classes. Showers, laundry, clothing store, lunch.


Range of services for children and young people. Adoption service and post adoption care. Residential and aftercare support for young people leaving care. EUSS help ( Contact centre where parents and children from separated families can meet, with contact related counselling and mediation for parents.

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NANSA (Norwich & Norfolk SEND Association)

Family Service (0-5 with the exception of sleep who cater up to teens) provides free support and education for families with children who have disabilities. School for Parents: helps parents develop strategies to use at home. Sleep Service: provides support for families suffering with sleep disturbance issues. All Aboard: a collection of services including Attention Autism, Musical Mondays and SENsational families stay and play. Young People (18 - 25): The DRAGONs (Disability Real Action Group of Norfolk) are a group of young people with disabilities that are looking to make sure that SEND opportunities, in Norfolk, are accessible and that young people are enjoying their services. Milestones is a Transition Service for young people aged 18-25 years old who are preparing for adulthood. The Milestones programme was developed by Nansa in consultation with Norfolk County Council and the young people, parents and families supported by Nansa across other services. Milestones will help to prepare young people with disabilities for adulthood by offering a varied programme of opportunities that encourage aspirations, promote progression and increase independence. The programme provides every young individual a tailored development journey underpinned by 10 main outcomes. On Track is a joint initiative, led by The Matthew Project, working in partnership in Norfolk, with ACE, GYROS, Nansa, The Prince’s Trust and YMCA Norfolk.On Track is a new service to help young people get into work, education or training. On Track is different because it is tailored to meet the needs of the individual young person. A team of friendly coaches and mentors support the young person to get back On Track, giving the advice and help the individual needs to make the most of the things they are good at. On Track is completely free. Adults (18+): Nansa offers a range of services and opportunities for Adults with special educational needs and disabilities. Our core service is a building based provision, delivered from our Adults’ Centre in Norwich; at the centre, we deliver a varied programme of activities that promote wellbeing and independence. The programme is tailored to meet the specific needs of every individual who attends, furthering development and progression towards a set of agreed aims and personal objectives. The Adults’ Centre programme is a continual leaning journey underpinned by 10 key-outcomes. Link-up is a social/leisure group for adults over the age of 18 years old with special educational needs and/or learning disabilities. Link-up provides adults with disabilities an opportunity to explore new interests, meet new friends and generally have fun! Train & Trade - Traineeship with Work Experience. Traineeships are hosted internally at one of Nansa’s charity shops in and around Norwich. Nansa recognises the unique differences and challenges of every Trainee; Development Coaches work together with the individuals whom they support to ensure suitable and realistic learning journeys are tailored in order to meet these specific needs. Train and Trade does not apply the ‘one size fits all’ model used by other learning pathways; deadlines, goals and targets are all agreed by a multi-disciplinary team at annual review meetings. Supported Community Work Placements. These work placements are facilitated by our Outreach Coaches and are hosted in partnership with Wroxham Barns. Trainees who are interested in a Supported Community Work Placement will in the first instance, complete an application of interest form. Places are limited, but are available 7 days a week (for FREE), in both a retail setting, and outdoor setting (working on the land with the animals at Wroxham Barns).

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