Groups, Clubs, Individual Support

Bedworth and Coventry – Roots to Branches Autism Network

https://directory.warwickshire.gov.uk/service.php?key=get-together-joining-families-living-with-autism

One way, in which we offer our support is by running a monthly group where those diagnosed and their families can come to play and meet others in similar circumstances, we do not judge families or a child’s behaviour.  The parents and siblings are able to relax in an environment which is ‘autism friendly’ and the children get to experience like-minded individuals and none of the pressures that school and other groups have.

They also have a Facebook page.

Kenilworth – Helping Hands Club

https://www.khhclub.org.uk/

The club offers members and their carers a break from routine and a chance to socialise and take part in individual or group activities in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. As well as the usual club nights – and when funds allow - we also run excursions, theatre trips, 10 pin bowling outings and an annual caravan weekend by the sea.

Kineton – Carers4Carers

https://www.carers4carersonthefosse.org.uk/

We are a self-help group of carers who find support through supporting each other. We support carers living in Kineton and the surrounding South Warwickshire and North Oxfordshire villages and rural area.

Our sole focus is on understanding the needs, experiences and concerns of everyone who uses local services, so that we can provide you with relevant information on how to access these, and work with local providers to make sure that your voices are heard.

With your input, we aim to be a powerful voice, ensuring local services are meeting your needs today, and that your influence can help to shape the services of the future.

Nuneaton and Bedworth - Embrace Special Needs

http://www.embracespecialneeds.co.uk/

The group meets socially to just have a coffee, chat and catch up on the last Saturday of every month, from 11am onwards for a couple of hours – join us for as short or long as you want.

Coffee mornings are held at a different venue each month.

Rugby – Noah’s Ark

https://www.noahscentre.co.uk/

Noah's Early Years Centre is a new and exciting Early Years Centre for children with special needs in Rugby and the surrounding area. We welcome children of all ages, their siblings and parents/carers.

​We offer a range of fun sessions covering sensory, physical, communication and social development. We also aim to help support families and siblings by offering a safe, secure and confidential area for everyone to come along, meet others and build vital support networks.

Rugby – Rugby Autism Network

https://rugbyautismnetwork.co.uk/

Rugby Autism Network is a registered charity. We aim to support parents helping them to do their best and enabling families to enjoy more quality time together.

We organise events which offer a chance for parents and carers to get to know each other. Gatherings such as breakfast support meetings with occasional guest speakers, autism friendly activities and opportunities for the children to make new friends. Details can be found on the Rugby Autism Network Events page within this site.

Stratford-upon-Avon – Springfield Mind

https://springfieldmind.org.uk/

Springfield Mind is a successful charity founded over 30 years ago to promote wellbeing within the community.

Our vision is a society where people can live free of stigma and discrimination and achieve their personal wellbeing. Our Mission is to promote wellbeing and prevent mental health problems in Warwickshire and Worcestershire.

We are viewed as a well governed, outcomes focused charity that has a human face. We live and breathe wellbeing with individuals, organisations and not neglecting ourselves in the process. This is achieved in partnership with service users, volunteers and professionals through education, signposting and promotion.

Warwickshire – Sports Works Ltd

http://www.sportworksltd.co.uk/warwickshire-west-midlands/

Sport Works operates several projects that use sport to enhance lives and build confidence from an early age. Our work comprises of specialist sports coaching projects for able and disabled people, educational work for disadvantaged groups or disengaged youngsters and ensuring children recieve a positive introduction to sport from an early age.

Warwickshire - Take a Break Warwickshire

http://www.tabw.org.uk/

We have been working for people with disabilities since 1996. We work with both children and adults through a huge variety of clubs and individual support options. We operate throughout Warwickshire, Coventry, Solihull and Leicestershire.

Warwickshire - Directory

https://directory.warwickshire.gov.uk/

Find information about local organisations, groups and agencies that provide activities, advice, services and support you.

Warwickshire - Disability Directory of Information Across Warwickshire

https://www.ableize.com/disabled-groups-and-clubs-by-county/warwickshire/

Find Warwickshire disabled and special needs clubs, groups and support services in this dedicated section of ABLeize.  Also find disability sports for all users such as wheelchair users, stroke social meetings, events and support services for deaf, blind, amputee and autistic spectrum, learning difficulties groups and head injury clubs plus varied clubs and groups for all disabilities throughout Warwickshire.

Warwickshire – Enrych

https://enrych.org.uk

For 30 years, Enrych has supported adults with disabilities to enjoy the most active and independent lives possible.

Warwickshire – Entrust Care Partnership

https://www.entrustcarepartnership.org.uk

To meet the needs of disabled children, young persons, adults, and their families and carers through the provision of short break activities, care, support, training, advice, and brokerage tailoring services which are bespoke to the individual.”

But we don’t leave it there – our Vision goes on and on!

Warwickshire – Independent Advocacy

http://independentadvocacy.org/what-we-do/

Independent Advocacy offers a wide range of services across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull.

Our independent advocates help people to gain access to information and explore and understand their options. They speak on behalf of those who are unable to speak for themselves, or choose not to do so.

We aim to help people by supporting them to express their own informed choices and to safeguard those who are vulnerable or discriminated against or whom other services find difficult to support.

Warwickshire – New Life

http://newlifecharity.co.uk/local/county.php?id=69

Our Nurses support families, our researchers work to improve children’s health, our dedicated team campaign for a fairer deal and our volunteers and supporters know that 100% of every penny they donate or fundraise will be used for equipment to change a child’s life.

There are now around one million disabled and terminally ill children in the UK. Thousands of them rely on Newlife to get the equipment they need, equipment that has often been refused by the statutory services or the delays in provision mean that the child will suffer unnecessarily. Newlife runs the only fast track equipment services in the UK helping those children in urgent need.

Warwickshire – Turning Point

http://www.turning-point.co.uk/learning-disability.aspx

We have been providing flexible, specialist support to people with a learning disability within the community for more than 20 years.

We believe that by inspiring people to achieve their own goals, live the life they want, with who they want to live with and within their chosen community, we can make a real difference to those we support.

Warwickshire - The Autism Directory

https://www.theautismdirectory.com/

Find autism friendly resources in your local area and beyond. From CAMHS and coffee shops to SaLT's and special schools you can find them here

Warwickshire – The Parenting Project

http://parentingproject.org.uk/

The Parenting Project is a voluntary organisation, which works across Warwickshire for families with children from 0-19 years (25 years SEND)

We have developed through our Parenting in Mind Programme a number of innovate solutions to meet the challenges families are facing.  The solutions are mindful of enabling families to develop and improve their lives.  The support we provide is based on the needs of families.

Warwickshire – Voyage Care

http://www.voyagecare.com/

As a specialist provider with over 30 years’ experience, we are experts in supporting individuals with complex needs across the UK.

We provide person-centred, high quality care and support to over 3,000 adults and children support in both registered care homes and people’s own homes. Our commitment to quality is demonstrated by our CQC compliance ratings, which average 93% Good, with three services rated as Outstanding.

Warwickshire – Way Ahead

https://www.wayaheaduk.org/

Way Ahead Support Services has been providing quality support for vulnerable people in the Warwickshire area for more than 50 years. Support is tailored to meet the individual's specific needs.