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Are you the parent or carer of a young person with learning disabilities aged 5 – 19? Are you looking for fun and inclusive opportunities and activities which will enable your child to make new friends and develop their skills? If yes, then look no further!
Our group based or one-to-one provision is for children between 5-19, with learning disabilities, autism, complex needs, mental health conditions and other associated disorders.
Midland Mencap’s service helps young people make friends, have fun and grow in their social and emotional wellbeing.
Midland Mencap are commissioned by social services to offer short break sessions for children and young people in the North Warwickshire area on weekends, after school and school holidays. These building based group sessions are fun and inclusive for children aged up to 19. Accessing local community ammenity, arts and crafts, sport, cycling and community visits.
Alongside our short break sessions, Midland Mencap also offer community-based sessions. These involve supporting children and young people to access activities in the community like swimming, youth clubs, including activities such as sport, social and leisure opportunities, swimming and hobbies. Support is tailored to the young person and their families and our dedicated and trained support workers ensure the young person can engage safely in these activities.
Midland Mencap is commissioned by the local authority to provide domiciliary care to children in the home. This support can involve supporting a young person to get up and ready for school, or getting home and ready for bed. This support can also be added onto a short break to enable the young person to have their personal care needs met and then have a meaningful activity to do and provide respite for the family.