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Description of activity
We run a number of community-based activities for young people aged 16 to 25 with learning or other disabilities such as autism, plus a drop-in session for unpaid carers regardless of age.
Organisation Contact Details
Address and Accessibility
Please describe how accessible the toilet area is for example is it a 'Changing Places' accessible toilet, does it have changing facilities, hoists etc
Disabled toilets are nearby in the main park. It is a large room with toilet, wash hand basin and grab rails.
Dietary needs catered for
Staff have specialist training
Please enter any further details about your accessibility / specialist support
Disabled toilets are nearby in the main park
Days and times of activity / opening
|Monday||From 10:00||To 15:00||Monday Gardening project, Jubilee Lodge Osterley Park|
|Tuesday||From 18:30||To 20:00||Redlees Park and various other venues|
|Wednesday||From 10||To 13:00||Carers' support group drop in service at The Bridgelink Centre|
|Friday||From 10||To 15:00||Friday Gardening project, Jubilee Lodge Osterley Park|
|Sunday||From 15:00||To 18:00||Youth Club at Redlees Play Centre|
When is the activity or service available
How to access the service/activity
Description of Eligibility or Referral Criteria and Pathways (if applicable)
For young people age 16-25 with learning difficulties or other disabilities
Does a parent / carer need to stay on premises during activity
Is there a cost for this service or activity
Inclusion and Accessibility
Taking part if you are a child or young person with additional needs or a disability.
How can a child or young person with SEND take part in this activity
At Our Barn we provide a stepping stone for young people to start making more choices and head towards an independent life. We are a user-led organisation,set up by parents of older disabled children. This benefits our wider user group enormously as the services are designed from conception to implementation to be as fully accessible as possible.
Young people can access these services.