Breakthrough U.k. Ltd
Breakthrough U.k. Ltd
Community Connecting to isolated disabled adults
Manchester Employment Services: supporting disabled job seekers on the Journey 2 Employment.
Pathways Independent Living Skills and Pre-Employability group courses for disabled people
Young People’s Project: for 16-25 year olds seeking education, employment and training
Breakthrough are a Third Party Hate Crime Reporting Centre
Personal Budget Solutions to help people control their care and services
Breakthrough is Manchester based disabled people’s organisation, set up in 1997 by local disabled people and aims for a society where disabled people can participate on the same basis as everyone. Most of our board and staff identify as disabled people themselves and as such we have the expertise to understand how to remove barriers to mainstream employment and independent living.
We apply and advocate The Social Model of Disability across our work. Our goal is to identify and remove the barriers that disabled people face in society, such as lack of information or access to information, lack of accessible housing, lack of accessible equipment or personal care, institutional barriers such as recruitment practices, lack of accessible transport, organisational culture, poor attitudes and physical access. Our goal is to support disabled people to have the skills and confidence to live independently, and to access services and facilities in their community. We also aim to ensure disabled people understand their rights and that they are valued by people in society. We aim to support the most vulnerable people who are furthest from the job market into volunteering, training and employment. We promote the rights, responsibilities and respect of disabled people. We advise employers, and other organisations to understand and remove any barriers that disadvantage disabled people, and we work with policy makers to create policy that supports disabled people’s wants and needs.
Breakthrough U.k. Ltd aims to:
- To support disabled people to vision and articulate goals and aspirations for the future and develop SMART action plans to identify and remove barriers to independence and mainstream employment
Established: June 1997
Registered Charity Number: 1078009
Board members: 6
Full time staff: 11
Part time staff: 16
Phone number: 01612343950
Address: The Kevin Hyett Suite, The Abraham Moss Centre, Crescent Road, Crumpsall, M8 5UFView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
Young People's ProjectBreakthrough deliver Greater Manchester Talent Match; offering 2 years of support to young... More
Peer Support GroupsPeer support involves people sharing their experiences to help each other. Disabled peopl... More
Pathways Independent Living and Pre EmploymentPathways courses develop independent living skills and/or employability over 8 weeks. Smal... More