Short breaks and respite
Day opportunities and support
We offer groups of disabled children and adults the opportunity to learn new skills and to meet new people in the community. Individuals can enjoy a full range of indoor and outdoor leisure and social activities, such as:
- computer and iPad workshops
- travel training
We also offer one to one support in the community for shopping, attending clubs and local groups, social events, travelling to and from school or college.
We help families, parents and carers of disabled children in Trafford and Plymouth. We help families pool budgets and use combined spending power to get better short breaks (respite care), services and childrens' activities in your area.
We support the families and parents of all disabled children and young people, with impairments such as cerebral palsy, autism, dysphagia, epilepsy, mental health problems, mobility problems, learning disabilities and other special support needs.
Working closely with other providers and fully trained volunteers, our friendly and caring staff provide high-quality and tailored support for disabled children and young people with a wide range of physical and learning impairments.
Our services make the most of what's available in the area and beyond. We’re here to provide information, advice and support services in the home and local community.
Supporting disabled children and young people to take part in activities
We give disabled children and young people in Hackney, London support so that they can enjoy fun activities, providing carers and parents with short breaks.
We are recruiting support workers in Greater London - request more details
Scope provides families with disabled children aged five to 19 years old, the chance to rest, play and take a break.
If your child has physical and learning support needs, profound and / or multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) or complex health needs, we can help.
We will work with you to create a personalised programme based on your child's needs and ensure their stay with us is comfortable and enjoyable.
Support for disabled adults at home or in the local community
Our friendly team supports disabled adults to develop their independence, confidence, maintain skills and gain new ones. Whether it's for a few hours during the day or week, we support disabled people with:
We arrange exciting activities for disabled children and young people after school, at weekends and during school holidays. We also give advice and information on a range of disability matters.
Who should use our service?
We give information on activities and advice to parents and carers of disabled children and young people aged under 18.
Our transition service supports young disabled people aged 18 to 25 to prepare and plan for their future.
“Scope provides a programme really tailored to my son’s needs and I think that’s the most important thing.”
We offer a stimulating, vibrant and supportive environment where young people with complex support needs can develop skills to prepare them for living independently.