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Autism and learning disabilities

Autism is sometimes described as a ‘hidden disability’ because it has no physical signs. If you are an adult with autism you may be feeling excluded and invisible.  You may be experiencing inadequate healthcare services, social stigma and discrimination. You may also be unemployed, struggling…

Before and after school clubs

Before and after school clubs, link clubs, holiday clubs and breakfast clubs are also known as 'out of school care'.  They are mainly for children aged four to 12 years.  There are three services available: Before school /breakfast clubs are open in the morning before school starts -…

Care homes

Care homes provide 24 hour support to people who can no longer be supported in their own home or in any other setting. There are different types of care homes dependent on an individual’s level of need. Before moving to a care home you will…

Children's centres

UNFORTUNATELY DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS THE CHILDREN’S CENTRES WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE If you urgently need any advice or support during this time please call 07583143624 for Westy, Sunshine Children’s Centres & Youth Café 07780494230 for The Orchard, Sandy Lane Children’s Centres &…

Count Me In

Count me in is a campaign aimed at making Warrington an even better place to live, work, visit and do business. It’s about making a difference for ourselves and for the communities around us. It’s aimed at encouraging more of us to become active citizens…

Education and Work

There are a variety of courses on offer for adults across Warrington, from vocational courses, professional courses, Higher Education courses to short, leisure courses. You will find more details of training providers here on My Life Warrington, as well as services to support you returning…

Education, training and employment for care leavers

Our Universal Offer (for all CIC and CL) You will be introduced to your Education and Employment Adviser during Year 11, this will be via a home visit with your social worker/care staff or through attendance at your Year 11 PEP (Personal Education Plan) meeting.…

Financial Help for Families

Universal Credit  Universal Credit is a benefit that replaces 6 existing benefits with a simpler, single monthly payment if you’re out of work or on a low income. Universal Credit will help you to be better off in work, start a new job or work…