A little help can make a big difference
We provide a range of 1:1 short breaks activities at home and in the community designed to help both you and your child. During your child’s time with us, we will support them to do positive enjoyable activities that will develop their communication skills and help them fulfil their potential. At the same time, you have an opportunity to take some time out, knowing that your son or daughter is in safe and skilled hands.
If you are a family with a child or young person under 18 with a disability, you can access our reliable 1:1 short break service. We offer different packages of care that will fit with your requirements, it is easy to set up and you can change arrangements at any time.
To find out more contact
Peggy Musonda, LDN Shortbreaks Team Manager
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