|Advice for All |
Free, local and independent central point for advice on housing, welfare and benefits.
Blackburn with Darwen Council has partnered with Shelter and the Citizens Advice Bureau into a central point in Blackburn Library.
Citizens Advice Lancashire
03444 515 1831
|Apple Trees Youth Club|
Sessions run by experienced staff on a Monday during term time from 6:30pm to 8:30pm for young people with low to moderate disabilities.
Offering activities such as crafts, baking, computer games, sports etc to help develop skills or independence and socialising.
|Blackburn Youth Zone|
For 8-25 year olds, sessions Sunday 10:00am to 1:00pm and after school, where young people with disabilities can meet new friends and develop new skills, and get involved in a wide range of sports and activities such as table tennis, football, music, and crafts.
50p a session, annual membership £3. Pick up direct from Crosshill after school one day a week. Family Days run the last Sunday of every month.
|Children and Young
People’s SEND Forum
For children with SEND. Meets 3 times a year on Saturday morning at Kaleidoscope.
Gives young people with SEND regular opportunities to socialise and share their views about local service provision.
& Parents Forum
|Voluntary register that parents/carers put their name on. The register provides regular information about events, activities and support for 0-25 year olds. The register also organises a Parents Forum which meets 4 times a year for parents, carers, young people and professionals to meet and discuss issues of issues, invite guests, suggest changes.|
|In Di Go|
A voice for parent/carers and children.
Support to prepare for meetings/appointments.
Support, guidance and signposting
Group activities, parties, fundraising.
My In Di Go World
01254 209708, 0750 535 3508
|Parents in Partnership||For parents/carers of children 0-25 years with SEND. Voluntary parent/carer led group empowering parent/carers through information sharing.|
Blackburn Parents in Partnership
07923 252 483
Advice & Support Service
For parents/carers, children/young people 0-25, schools and professionals.
Offers opportunity of working together to meet the special educational needs and disability of the individual pupil.
Personal and confidential information, advice and support relating to special educational needs and disability.
01254 503049, 01254 583957
|Young People Services
Leisure Inclusion Project
|For 8-19 year olds. Offers opportunity to participate in exciting and fun activities, learn and socialize in a safe environment.