Respite activities with National Star

National Star - Respite

Despite the coronavirus situation we are still providing limited respite services at National Star. Our respite services are suitable for people with disabilities aged 16 – 25 years old. Although many of the young people that use our respite services are National Star students we do accept bookings from people who are not studying with us. 

Many families rely upon our respite services for a well-earned break from their caring responsibilities, knowing that they can relax because their son or daughter is in our safe hands. We make respite as fun as possible for the young people who stay with us.

Due to the coronavirus restrictions many of the social activities are currently taking place within residences and there are fewer opportunities to go out on day trips. We tailor our respite services to meet the needs of individuals. Nursing services can be provided if required.

We are currently taking bookings for February half-term and Easter, as well as the summer holidays.

Respite at Bradbury Gardens

Bradbury Gardens is based in Cheltenham. Situated on the borders of the beautiful Pittville Park, the residence offers easy access to the nearby high street with a range of shops and restaurants. Residents can also enjoy areas to sit outside and a sensory garden. Bradbury Gardens can accommodate up to six people for respite.

How to find us

National Star, Bradbury Gardens, West Drive, Pittville, Cheltenham, GL50 4LY

Respite at Cotswold

Our Cotswold residence is based at National Star’s vibrant campus in Ullenwood, near Cheltenham. Residents can enjoy stunning views of the Cotswold countryside and have easy access to all the facilities our specialist college has to offer. Our Cotswold residence can accommodate 15 people for respite.

How to find us

National Star, Ullenwood, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 9QU

Find out more

For more information about National Star’s respite services in Cheltenham email or telephone 01242 527631, extension 4705.

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