What we do at Rainbow

We inspire, motivate and enable those affected by neurological conditions

Here at the centre we support children, adults and those caring for them, who are affected by Cerebral Palsy, stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, and head injuries. We do this through a system of learning called Conductive Education and by providing information and signposting.

Participants are encouraged to take an active role in their own development, learning new ways to become active and happy individuals who are proud of their own achievements and ready for life’s challenges. We focus on what they CAN DO and help them to reach their full potential.

 

Registered Charity Number: 1096603

 
 

News

100 Club beer and burger event

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Thursday 11 Oct saw a few members of the Rainbows 100 Club drop in for a beer and burger with us, sadly the good old British ...

FREE Early Intervention places for children aged 3 years and under

We are delighted to be able to share some great news with you.

We are now able to offer our  Intervention services to families for free ...

Star of the Week

Frankie

I am very good at keeping my balance whilst holding my arm out straight, so I can play with the skating penguin on the ice. 

 

Wat people say about us

"When Blair was a baby doctors held out no hope for him 'He will never be independent or WALK!' Well done Rainbow - We Did It! Blair has such a bright and independent future, I really wish more parents with children with cerebral palsy knew about Rainbow."

- Seymone - Blair's Mum

"I am a strong person because Conductive Education has given me ways to adapt movement to be safe and strong within my capabilities.
Rainbow has changed my existence in so many brilliant and positive ways - I wouldn't be as mobile and happy as I am without you." Thank You

- Paula - MS Group

When I came to Rainbow I could do some things but not what I do now.
I walk better and also I can walk a bit unaided and I could not do it at all. Rainbow has taught me some things and have learned a good deal more and really am very grateful. Good luck to you all.

- Harvey