Disability and Inclusion

Working with disabled children, young people and their families across the UK to ensure they can enjoy an ordinary, fulfilling and rewarding life without barriers.

Disability and Inclusion

Working with disabled children, young people and their families across the UK to ensure they can enjoy an ordinary, fulfilling and rewarding life without barriers.

Being differently abled should never be a barrier to enjoying an ordinary, fulfilling and rewarding life. We work with children, young people and families across the UK to support them in achieving these things through the provision of a range of services that; promote inclusion, improve relationships, encourage self-confidence and enrich skills and learning.

As a CQC and CSSIW accredited domiciliary care provider it will be no surprise that our staff are fully trained and passionate about achieving significant impacts on the personal and family well-being of the people we support. We have a wealth of experience in understanding the different needs of disabled children and their families and are committed to safe and informed services tailored to their physical, emotional or learning needs, whether they are living with their birth family or are in temporary or permanent care.

The involvement of both the children and their families in shaping future services is vital to us, as is the provision of choice and variety in the opportunities we provide, delivering anything from activity groups for children, buddying support for individuals, personal care in the home or awareness workshops for targeted family groups.

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We believe disabled children and young people should enjoy equal participation and have the same opportunities to access activities in their local community as their non-disabled peers.

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The Inspire Service was aimed at supporting and encouraging children and young people with a range of physical and learning disabilities to take part in sports groups and other community activities.

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Core Assets Children’s Services provided a 1:1 buddy for children and young people aged 0 – 19 with a range of physical and learning disabilities.

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Core Assets Children’s Services, working alongside Wrexham County Borough council, delivered additional support to families and young people.

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Essex County Council Short Breaks was developed to offer children/young people with disabilities and their families support, opportunities and activities.

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We delivered bespoke short break packages to children and their families, with a flexible and responsive service which maximised independence and was tailored to individual needs.

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We aim to deliver effective and empowering family support interventions that can be maintained after we stop supporting the family and work with children and young people with a variety of additional needs.

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Core Assets Children’s Services runs The Sandwell Stepping Forward Group twice weekly, with up to 9 young people with additional needs aged 13 to 19 years attending each group.

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We worked in partnership with Doncaster MBC to deliver a locally based Saturday club.

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