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

"Where do I begin? What The Rainbow Centre gives Felix is huge. He enjoys attending and tells me about his day and the other children. The routine and physical activities have undoubtedly had a huge impact on his development this year.
Felix's speech has improved masses - he works really hard to make the correct sounds and is willing and keen to learn. His high kneeling, sit to stand transfers and independent rolling have improved hugely. He is consistently trying to use his left hand much more now for a whole range of activities.
Communication has been the biggest leap for us as a family, his brother can now play and interact much more easily."

- Alice Snell - Mum

"I have improved spasm control and balance, my walking has improved which has increased my confidence. I feel more in control of my movements, less frustrated and overall more confident."

- Kate - MS Group

"Theo has show improvements in all areas since attending and we as his parents have developed a better understanding of cerebral palsy."

- Aloysia - Theo's Mum