At Foxfields Therapeutic Horse Riding Centre we offer Equine-Assisted Therapy sessions for individuals with disabilities and special educational needs. Working with horses can improve social, cognitive and physical skills, as well as being an enjoyable activity for all ages. Established in July 2019, Foxfields is a 4* Centre licensed by Bolton Council.
All of our sessions are tailored to the needs of each individual. Focussing on progression to achieving their own personal goals.
The three dimensional movement of the horse helps riders to build core strength, improve balance, develop coordination and enhance posture. It is also an activity those with limited mobility can take part in and feel a sense of freedom. All riders progress differently with some riders gaining the benefits from walking on the horse, with others progressing to trotting and cantering independently. Each rider is individual with their own personal goals.
Using the mediums of Dance Drama and Yoga to allow children and adults with a disability or learning difficulty the 'TIME TO SHINE'.
Time To Shine provides Dance, Drama and Yoga for individuals with Special Educational Needs. We create a safe and fun space for children and adults with SEN and disabilities.
Working with all age groups and abilities, we provide:
We are a Bolton Charity who are passionate about the outdoors and introducing people to healthy new activities, Wave Adventure organise events for individuals or groups of all ages and abilities.
Wave Adventure will take you kayaking across Lancashire’s dramatic landscape, or up it throughclimbing challenges, where you can enjoy the stunning views the North West has to offer.
We have group indoor wall climbing in Bolton, Stockport and other local climbing venues. Also, we have outdoor bouldering sessions and go on regular hikes.
A Charity for Disabled children, young people and their families.
Breaking Barriers NW is a Charity originally founded by 3 parents of disabled children and now managed by one of the parents with the help of a team of volunteers.
It aims to :
Breaking Barriers also supports Adults with Autism by facilitating a monthly support group called ABAG - Adult Bolton Autism Group.
The Aidis Trust specialises in assistive computer technology for the disabled. Their aim is to help people, regardless of their disability, to gain the most from today’s computer technology.
We are an independent charity with over 35 years of experience working with assistive computer technology. Their mission is to improve independence for disabled people through using assistive computer technology. Assistive technology can be, for example, larger keyboards, head pointers or specialist software such as magnification and screen-reading software for the visually impaired.
They work with local, regional and national organisations to ensure that the best possible support is provided through their services. All of their services are designed to help users understand what assistive technology is available, how it can work and how it can benefit them or those they care for. The charity provides free: advice and technical support to disabled people and people who support them; training and awareness courses; helpline which is available on 0808 800 0009 and open Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 4:30pm.