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Specialist Inclusion Project

Special Offer for our Short Breaks Providers

Swimming pool - Summer 2019

We are offering private use of the short breaks pool, situated within the grounds of Valley View House, Lister Lane, Bradford. BD2 4LL

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Performing Arts

Date & time: Wednesdays 6.30pm - 8.30pm

The Specialist Inclusion Project is a team that specialise in running, finding and monitoring Short Breaks services for young people with disabilities aged throughout the Bradford District. These include after school, evening, weekend and half term Short Breaks. The team offer their own Short Breaks services including popular after school clubs based on dance and drama, supported swimming sessions and the Pineapples Summer Camp offering a 4 night residential during the Summer Holidays.

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Family Fun Dat at Nell Bank 2019

15th April, 23rd April, 28th May, 25th July, 20th August, 29th October 2019

The Specialist Inclusion Project is working in partnership with the team at Nell Bank to provide family fun days during the school holidays.Come along and enjoy activities like the habitat trail, pond dipping, water play and den building.

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Better Start Bradford Events & Courses

There are a wide range of FREE sessions available in the Better Start Bradford area for pregnant women and families with children under four, as well as events for professionals and volunteers. Click the link below to view the full calendar.

Mencap - Round the World Challenge 

The Round the World Challenge is the perfect tool for supporting people with a learning disability to get out and get active by doing something fun and engaging in their local community.

It's all about turning hours of fun sports and physical activities into a round the world adventure.

The Round the World Challenge works by getting participants to track the amount of activity they do. The number of hours of activity completed is then used to calculate the distance travelled around the world.

If you take part you'll receive a postcard from a different location as the number of hours of activity you do takes you further around the world.

Confirmed activities, Cycling (on outdoor courts weather permitting). Indoor Rowing, Tennis, Super 1’s Cricket, Boxing, Rugby and or Kin-ball, Yoga, Netball, Archery.  We will rotate activities according to available space in the three indoor courts.

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50 things to do before you're 11 ¾

Fancy exploring the outdoors, learning new skills and trying new things? Grab your gear and start ticking off some of our 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾

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Shine Together 

Every Saturday (term time) 1pm - 3pm

Shine Together is a youth group for young people with disabilities aged 13-25. It runs every Saturday term time at the Landmark Centre from 1-3pm. We aim to run in the holidays too when we have enough funding.

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Climbing Wall Activities at SNOOP - Short Breaks

SNOOP (Special Needs Objective Outreach Project is a registered charity based in Eccleshill and welcoming families from across the Bradford Metropolitan District. We provide a wide range of services to support children and young adults with additional needs and disabilities aged 0-25 years + and give support and information to their parent/carers. Open 50 weeks of the year and offering flexibility to parent/carers to support them to work or further their education and training. We have a team of highly qualified and experienced staff who are happy to meet with you, show you around and discuss your needs and the needs of your child.

Come and learn how to climb during the Easter Holidays.

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Mentor and Support Opportunities in Bradford

Do you want to be more active but need support because of disability or a health condition? Could you support someone to get more active?

See attached below opportunity from our partners at Disability Rights UK for people in the Bradford District.

With increasing numbers of Mixed Ability Activities offering options for everyone to take part, this is another door opening for participants who might need a little extra support.

Youth Work Grant

Applications are open for youth work grants from Bradford Council for sessional youth work. Projects should work with young people aged 13 to 19 (up to 25 with disability).

This funding is ring fenced for provision that is provided by voluntary, community or faith groups that is additional sessional work to that already provided by the local authority. Applications should outline in the application how their proposed work will contribute to the district's "Youth Offer".

The organisation applying for funding should be a local non-profit making organisation where membership is open. Grants of up to £5,000 are available for work undertaken during the financial year 2018/19.

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Heaton Tennis and Squash Club

Mixed Ability Touch Tennis can be played with friends, family or for those who are wanting to play in a more competitive environment for all ages, levels, abilities and disabilities no matter whether you have played tennis before or not.

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Mind the Gap

Mind the Gap Academy is thrilled to be opening its doors for you to see what goes on in our beautiful fully accessible building. Meet staff, Artists and students and experience our Performance Academy and courses in subjects like music, dance and acting.

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Bradford PHAB Club

Phab's aim is to promote and encourage people of all abilities to come together on equal terms, to achieve complete inclusion within the wider community.

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