Friends of Bright Eyes
Who we can help: service users, disabled, support, carers
Contact: Mohammed Yasir, Project Manager - Suite 2 Crystal House, New Bedford Road, Luton, LU1 1HS, mobile 07871 500706
Support offered: Support service for parent and carer for disabled children and adult
Support vulnerable families with:
- shopping assistance
- telephone help and advice
- benefits advice
Friends of Bright Eyes provide after school activities, day trips and school holiday playschemes for ages 8 to 18 years.
Our weekly Short Break activity clubs provide an inclusive space for disabled children and youth to have masses of fun. Staff and volunteers care-workers provide support for the children to engage in enjoyable activities and encourage them to push their boundaries. Activities range from the ordinary to the downright bizarre including crafts, drama, story time, sports, cooking, painting, messy play, sensory play and much much more.
Many children form close bonds with staff and show great improvement in self esteem and confidence having formed friendships outside of family. We pride ourselves on helping our children develop their social skills and independence, we believe by befriending them we are supporting them in being all they can be.
Short breaks are one of the services most commonly requested by parents of disabled children. We provide these services at the time indicated by carers as being most vital i.e. afterschool, weekends and holidays.
Special Needs Girls Activity Club -
Are you a parent/carer of a girl with disabilities?
Do you find it difficult to find appropriate activities for her to get involved in?
Are you afraid that your language, cultural & religious needs, transport needs, costs etc could make it difficult in accessing the service?
If so then we hope to help you overcome these challenges and support you with our new ALL GIRLS ACTIVITY CLUB.
- Weekly Activity Club (Free)
- Starting Monday September 5th 5pm-9pm
- Girls Only
- Ages 8-16
- Accessible Transport Provided (£3/Week)
- Sports, Arts & Crafts, Cooking, Sensory Play, Group Games, Drama, Outings, Befriending & Socialising
Places are limited so get in touch or complete a referral form and send to us asap to register for a September start.
Contact our family worker Sarah Iqbal:
Sarah - 07719 214 774 - firstname.lastname@example.org
DocumentsDownload: FOBE - Special Needs Girls Activity Club
Download: FOBE - Referral Form
Who to contact
Where to go
Crystal House Suite 2
New Bedford Road
- LU1 1HS
- Age Ranges
From: 8 years old
To: 18 years old
Last updated 16/11/2020