19 August 2019 at 7PM to 8.30PM Fitness Club is a weekly exercise class designed especially for people with a learning disability. Sessions are led by a qualified instructor and are designed to make exercise fun!
19 August 2019 at 9.30AM to 5PM The centre will have 9 separate play rooms/ areas – 2 sensory rooms, an indoor and 2 outdoor playgrounds, a music room, soft play room, a fully inclusive gym and a trampoline room as well as ...
St John's Church Hall, 1 The Park, Keynsham, Bath & North East Somerset, BS31 2BL Fitness Club aims to support our members to become more active, improve their health and fitness levels and boost their confidence.
Keynsham & District Mencap Society, 44 Bath Hill, Keynsham, Bath & NE Somerset, BS31 1HG Fitness Club aims to support our members to become more active, improve their health and fitness levels and boost their confidence.
St Martin's Hospital, Clara Cross Lane, Bath, Bath & NE Somerset, BA2 5RP Passport to Health is the local exercise referral service for people who are inactive and have (or are at risk of developing) other long term medical conditions.
WWISE Network, c/o 17 Baytree Road, Bath, Bath & NE Somerset, BA1 5NB The Warm Water Swimming & Exercise Network has been set up for people in Bath and the surrounding area who, because of disability, injury or a long-term medical condition, need warm water for s...
13 Church Street, Weston, Bath, Bath & NE Somerset, BA1 4BU The Life Project is a Christian charity that promotes and protects the health and well-being of people with learning disabilities and their families.
Planning for Good Health in Adulthood If you are a parent-carer or a young person (aged 14+) with an Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan, you can find information below regarding planning for health as you prepare for adulthood. Supporting you or your young person to maintain good health in adulthood is a key part of the review process.
Annual Review Under the Children and Families Act 2014 local authorities must carry out a review of every EHC plan at least once every 12 months. CAB (Citizen’s Advice Bureau) Can provide advice and information on a range of issues for disabled children and their parents and carers. Carers Support Workers