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Families United Network

Holiday clubs are held at Unit 5 Britannia Estate, Leagrave Road, Luton, Beds , LU3 1RJ. Holiday clubs are a lifeline to families and offer practical support, a range of creative, stimulating and FUN activities for children and young people within a safe non-judgmental environment. Activities include: play equipment and sensory equipment, plus IT and games equipment, workshops, messy play, drama and music, reptile shows and lots of other FUN activities.

The Link Project helping young people with a disability or learning need/s to access peer friendship by take part in activities in their communities. Once a month two volunteers will take the young person out accessing transport and learning everyday life skills while having fun.

FUNlands Youth Club is held on a Monday night term time only at Unit 5, Britannia Estate, Leagrave Road, Luton, Beds , LU3 1RJ. FUNlands runs 6.30pm till 8.30 pm for young people aged 10 - 17 years old with additional needs/disabilities.

FUN Young Adult Club
FUN young adult for 18 – 25 years old on Tuesday evenings from 6.30pm – 8.30pm for young adults with additional needs (term time only). This is a safe environment for Young adults with learning disabilities to meet, socialise and take part in activities with their friends.

Saturday Club
Saturday Club is a full short break service offering young people with disabilities aged 10 – 25 years 1:1 support whilst accessing on and off site activities. Off site activities are local, such as swimming, bowling, cinema, picnics, sports etc. For more details please check the website: www.familiesunitednetwork.org.uk or call the office on 01582 420800.

Keech Swim - FUN hires Keech Hospice Hydrotherapy pool fortnightly offering families a swim session for those that need the sensory and stimulation of lights and the warmer water.

Hart Hill Adventure Playground - FUN exclusively hires Hart Hill Adventure Playground in partnership with Autism Beds and Fab Friendz. These sessions are a great activity for families.

01582 470999

FUN United Saturday Club

The session provides rest bite care for families with children/young people with special educational
needs and/or disabilities. The provision aims to offer a more socially focussed service offer than that of school to allow the children and young people more free choice within the meaningful activities we offer. The outcomes we work towards are those of social interaction, development of life skills and positive experiences through a range of varied activities.

The types of activities we offer include:
 Sports & Active Play
 Performing Arts
 Arts & Crafts
 Music
 Outdoor Adventure
 Cooking & baking
 Social Play (computers, video games, pool table)
 Special Projects
 Trips & Visits
 Special Events (seasonal)

The participants experience a wide range of engaging activities within the categories listed above. All activities are assessed to be inclusive and fit for purpose for the participants needs.

01234 340782

Kids

We support over 13,500 disabled children, young people and their families every year by delivering over 120 services throughout England.

KIDS is unique; there is no other organisation dedicated to providing such an extensive range of services to disabled children and young people, aged 0-25 years, irrespective of their impairment or condition.

Learning Disability England

Learning Disability England brings together Housing and Support Alliance and People First England with other national bodies led by or involving work with people with learning disabilities and their families, individual people with learning disabilities, families, friends and their supporters.

03002 010455

Mental Health and Wellbeing Services

East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT) provides mental health services for people in Bedfordshire.

The service has been commissioned by Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (BCCG), in partnership with Central Bedfordshire Council and Bedford Borough Council.

We are committed to the ongoing development of mental health and learning disability services.


01525 864430

North Beds Toy Library

We are a small local charity (No 267822) which lends sensory aid equipment and toys to stimulate children with special needs to use in their homes with supervision from parents/carers. Local organisations have raised money so we can purchase the equipment from recognised manufacturers. We do not charge as we are a charity but do accept donations.

01234 407152

Ormiston Families Support for children and young people affected by imprisonment

We support children and their families affected by imprisonment. We manage the Visitors centre at HMP Bedford and operate a play area for children to use while they visit. We offer family support to prisoners and special children's visits. We deliver a parenting course to prisoners and other child related courses.

In the community we support children who have a parent or significant family member in prison. Referrals are made from schools, social workers or families. We meet the parent and then see the child on a one to one basis in their school. Initially for an hour per week. Usually we arrange 6 sessions but these can be extended (and usually are) if the outcomes are not met or new outcomes have developed. We continually evaluate the work with the parent and child.

After the intervention, we can offer a volunteer mentor service for children living locally where they can be taken out on social outings to improve emotional wellbeing.

01234 373219

SENSE - Assessment & Advice Service

Assessment & Advice Officers are funded through Sense's charitable resources, each Sense operational area has an Assessment & Advice Officer[AAO].

The Assessment & Advice Officer provides assessment and advice to newly identified deafblind people to help them access appropriate support and services. The AAO will actively identify deafblind people within the local area and engage with them and, if appropriate, their carers and current providers of services to offer appropriate support.
Where specialist assessments in respect of deafblind people are required under the Deafblind Guidance, 'Social Care for Deafblind Children and Adults', the AAO is fully qualified to carry out the assessment or work with another colleague within Sense who is qualified to undertake such an assessment.

02084 490964

SENSE – Children's Specialist Services (CSS)

In order to be clear and open about the support we can provide to families we have developed a core offer of support which is available to all children and young people:

• We will get in touch within two working days from when you first contact Sense
• You will meet a Sense specialist within eight weeks of first getting in touch with us
• You will have your own identified worker
• You will have the opportunity to attend at least one family event per year
• We will keep in touch through an annual contact
• You will have access the information and advice service
• We will offer you the chance to join Sense through our membership programme
• An outcome of Sense supporting you may involve our working alongside your local authority to provide an individual service solution tailored to your needs.

This offer is provided through Sense’s work as a charity.

03003 309273

SENSE - Intervenor Service

One-to-One support to Deafblind children and adults, acting as an enabler for the individual to help in their social and personal development, as well as health and general wellbeing.

By providing one-to-one support to congenitally Deafblind children or adults, an Intervenor acts as an enabler, promoting the person's social and personal development, encouraging their independent skills and facilitating their communication with the world around them. Intervenor support may be provided in the person's home, in their local community, in an educational or vocational setting or a combination of these.

Intervenor schemes are usually funded by direct payments, individual budgets, social services, local health or education authorities. A person-centred approach to planning for leisure, learning, social, and vocational opportunities, enables Deafblind people to develop new skills and increase their independence. Individual programmes focus on daily life experiences and will include encouraging the use of residual vision and hearing, communication, development of cognitive skills, mobility, orientation and social skills.

Activities which might be included in an individual plan are: college courses, sport and leisure, art and craft activities, shopping, cooking, IT, use of public transport. Choices are made by the Deafblind person to suit their needs and interests.

02084 490964

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