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Clockhouse

What does it do?
Clockhouse is a Specialist Short Break centre based in Keighley. Clockhouse provides short break care that benefit children and young people and their families. Children are happier and healthier and develop greater independence skills from their experience at Clockhouse. We offer a safe a secure place that looks at meeting the individual needs of all that use the service. The short breaks are fun and fulfilling. We aim to enhance the quality of life and contribute to a happy child and young adult hood.

Who is it for?
We are a tier three short break provision for children and young people aged 5-18yrs old with learning, physical or sensory disabilities and complex health needs We offer residential Specialist short break for children and young people who need a break from their families/carers. This can be an overnight stay, tea time stay or during the weekends and school holiday we offer day time stays.

How do I access it?
Because we are tier three the Children’s Complex Health and Disabilities team will help with our referral process so please contact them to start the process. Please see contact details in the link CCHDT below or for further information about Clock house please use the contact details below.

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