We provide unique services for children with disabilities/ acquired brain injury, to enhance lives, reduce need for lifelong care and maximise independence,
Rainbow House is a charity that provides life changing therapy to children and young adults with disabilities, brain injury and life limiting conditions – to help them in reaching their potential throughout every area of their development, in order to live more active and independent lives. In addition, we offer a support and advice service to all families attending.
Our current services help 220 children and young people and their families. We urgently need to raise funds to provide continued enhanced services whilst developing a new purpose-built space for our youths. This will enable us to deliver the highest form of therapy, education, care and support for children and young adults, working hard to rebuild their lives, learning new skills and regaining the skills they have lost.
Our new purpose-designed 'Enablement Hub' will mean we can expand our unique holistic approach to habilitation, rehabilitation and re-enablement care programmes to help many more children, young people and their families. This centre will be open to families on a national scale.
Over the years, The Legacy Rainbow House has become highly valued by families attending, many of whom refer to our services as their “lifeline”. We have seen achievements being made that have exceeded expectations of the medical profession but also beyond the dreams of the individuals themselves!
We provide the foundations - to enable people with disabilities to build their own futures.
Rainbow House aims to:
- To enhance the lives of disabled children, "putting the ability into disability", whilst involving all service users and offering a support service to parents, carers and siblings.
Established: April 2001
Registered Charity Number: 1127498
Board members: 5
Full time staff: 15
Part time staff: 11
Phone number: 01704 823276
Address: Salt Pit Lane, Mawdesley, Nr Ormskirk, Lancashire, L40 2QXView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website