Hereford Transition Exhibitors
Avenbury Care Farm
Avenbury Care Farm C.I.C. is a rural activity centre for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and additional needs. Their visitors can engage in a wide range of therapeutic activities such as animal care, horticulture, woodwork, cooking, arts and crafts and to enjoy Avenbury’s sensory gardens.
Choices Foundation C.I.C
A small Community Interest Company supporting vulnerable adults in to work based activities.
Dancefest procudes outstanding contemporary dance opportunities, providing SEND projects using different themes or curriculum-based activities.
Operating across the whole of the UK, Dimensions support people with learning disabilities and autism to have a louder voice, choice and control in their lives. Their 7000 colleagues deliver ambitious, effective, personalised support and housing, often with those whose previous support has not been successful. Dimensions is one of the country’s largest not-for-profit organisations supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, behaviours of distress and those with complex health needs. Driven by our values, we place the people we support and their families at the heart of everything we do.
ECHO is an independent, Herefordshire-based charity with 230 members and over 150 volunteers. Their main office is in Leominster, but their projects run in many different community-based venues.
ECHO runs 26 different activities each week in community settings across Herefordshire. They are the largest provider of day opportunities for disabled people in Herefordshire.
EnviroAbility provides people from disadvantaged groups, and people with learning difficulties, with real work opportunities and experiences
The not-for-profit company don’t come up with projects and make people fit into them. It brings people on board, often with complex and varied needs, who may struggle to fit into roles with other organisations, and makes the projects work for them.
Hereford Community Farm
An exciting facility developed to provide inclusive therapeutic land based activities and skills training for people whom face disadvantage through disability, ill health, social need or any other condition or situation which has an impact on their daily life.
Herefordshire Mencap works with people with learning disabilities and family carers in Herefordshire. They get involved with what is important to people with learning disabilities and their family carers across Herefordshire.
They are guided by a group of local people with a learning disability who are also our Trustees. They employ a person with a learning disability who is the link between them and West Midlands Self Advocacy Network.
hvoss provide information, guidance and support to volunteers, charities, voluntary and community groups in Herefordshire.
A creative, inclusive dance class for disabled and non-disabled dancers. The class meet in Hereford on Wednesdays.
Livability Wall Street is a residential home in Hereford city centre. The service offers state-of-the-art equipment and facilities and highly trained staff.
With a specialism in supporting people with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and acquired brain injury or stroke, the service takes a person-centred, flexible approach. With the people that use our services, we create care and support plans that meet personal goals and needs. Personal choice about how they live is top of the list for people who live at Wall Street, with active support from staff.
National Star Hereford Charity Shop
National Star’s charity shop is located at 6a St Peter’s Street, Hereford. The charity’s retail team is working round-the-clock to get the store stocked with high quality, pre-loved clothing, homeware and books. Find out how you can help by volunteering your time to sort donations, replenish stock or work the till.
Parent Carer Voice
Parent Carer Voice is led by a Steering group of parents in Herefordshire who are working alongside the Local Authority and Health partnerships (ICS) to ensure that the needs of Children & Young People up to the age of 25 years with Additional & Special Educational Needs are being met. Theyrepresent those conversations Regional & National with their associates, Contact, NNPCF & Healthwatch Nationally.
Radis Community Care
With services across England and Wales, Radis Community Care can support anyone over the age of 16 to lead the independent and fulfilled lives they choose. This includes people living with learning disabilities, profound and multiple learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome, acquired brain injuries, mental health problems and physical disabilities. They can help you through all stages of life, from taking your first steps towards moving out of the family home and living independently, to supporting your changing needs as you grow older. They recognise that you have your own individual needs, abilities, goals and aspirations, so tailor our approach to be as unique as you are. Their services focus on empowering you to achieve your ambitions, maximise your capabilities and skills, with the reassurance of having consistent support workers along with you on your journey.
St Michael’s Hospice
St Michael’s Hospice can offer volunteers the opportunity to gain knowledge, experience and confidence working in a public setting while supporting an amazing charity.
The Horizon Centre
The Ross on Wye Horizon Centre, feel passionate about improving community-based services for adults with learning and other disabilities. They think that it is important to provide a supportive environment to build confidence, learn new skills, and develop independence while being in the heart of the local community – integration is key!