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Useful Information Coronavirus COVID-19

We have put together some helpful information and support that you may find helpful during the current Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

These can be accessed on the dedicated page for Help and Information: Coronavirus COVID-19

        Active Halton have put together this information and links to help everyone to Stay Active at Home during COVID-19

Halton Borough Council’s Youth Provision: COVID-19 UPDATE

Due to COVID 19, face to face delivery of the service has ceased until further notice.

The service is still operating and can be accessible by social media

Facebook

@Young Addaction Halton

 Instagram 

@wearewithyouhalton

Email

[email protected]

Twitter

will update when reactivated

We will be sharing hints / tips throughout the day and contact details of staff.

Some group provision has moved onto an online platform like GLOW and Halton Youth Cabinet, for more information please contact Phil McClure on [email protected] Tel 07814780821

There will be no outreach or youth zone delivered at this time, however the service remains contactable Monday-Friday between the hours of 9am-8pm  and on Saturday between 2-7pm.  Information on who is on call on those days can be found on our social media pages which is updated daily.

For any further information please contact:

Halton Short Breaks

What are Short Breaks?

Local Authorities have a duty to provide short breaks for carers of disabled children to enable them to continue to care for their disabled child and to participate in everyday activities.

These services are available in the evenings, at weekends and during school holidays:

  • Day time care in the homes of disabled children or elsewhere;
  • Overnight care in the homes of disabled children or elsewhere;
  • Educational or recreational activities for disabled children outside their homes.

Sports & Groups

Groups Activities

Active Halton – lots of activities, sports and things to do

Activity Groups  FREE for children with disabilities aged 12–18 years

Children’s Centres provide a range of activities for children, young people and families – all have disabled access

CARE LEAVERS Coffee Drop Leaflet

GLOW – Youth Group for LGBTQ aged 13-19 years

Halton Youth Cabinet – have a look at the calendar for activities/meeting times etc Meetings/Times

Halton Community Centres have lots of things that you might be interested in

HBC Children & Young People Poster Board for local event/activity information

Independence Activity Groups FREE for children with disabilities aged 13–18 years – helping to promote independence

Play, Learn and Loan at Halton Play Council provide free drop in play sessions for children and their parents/carers, contact Joyce Reilly

We Are With You Youth Clubs

Wellbeing Enterprises Activity Programme

SEND Inclusive Sports & Groups

SEND Inclusive Groups

Halton Short Breaks – Take a look at the activities above

 

Other Information

AccessAble (the new name for DisabledGo)

AccessAble for Runcorn and Widnes –  provide access guides to raise awareness of venues/public spaces that are locally accessible e.g. shops, restaurants, leisure centres, parks

Halton MAX Card

The Max Card is a discount card for families of disabled children that can be used at various leisure and holiday activities across Britain

Disability Record Registration

All Local Authorities are required by the Children Act 1989 to hold a record of disabled children and young people. The record is a list of children and young people in Halton (0-25 years) who have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and who receive, or may one day need to use the services from health, social services, education or the third sector (voluntary organisations).

Please see more details and registration form below.

Record of Children with Disabilities Policy

Registering a disabled child and arranging a needs assessment

Halton Children’s Disability Record  – Registration Form

NOTE: For the WORD document listed above please follow these instructions to open

1. Click the relevant document link

2. Click ‘Save As’ (you may wish to save the document into one of your folders for accessing at a later time)

Depending on your individual system settings – you may need to click the yellow ‘ENABLE EDITING’ button at the top of the page