This page has information on where you can find our about fun things to do in Bristol for children with special educational needs or a disability.  It is Bristol's Short Breaks offer for 5 to 18 year olds.

 

Bristol's Short Breaks offer

Find out about how short breaks work.

 

Personal Budgets and Direct Payments

Additional money, resources or services to help meet your needs.

 

Findability Event Calendar

Lots of fun things to do in Bristol.

 

Residential Short Breaks

Including short break fostering.

 

BPC's Let's Go Bristol!

Short break transport scheme.

 

Bridging Workers

Support to access mainstream play settings.

 

KHAAS

Activities for disabled children and young people from Black and Minority Ethnic groups,
and their families.

 

Playbus

Free activities in adventure playgrounds around Bristol.

 

National Autistic Society

After school clubs and weekend activities for children and young people with autism.

 

Bristol Autism Project

Holiday clubs for families with children and young people with autism, and their siblings.

 

Time 2 Share

Opportunities for disabled children and young people to go out in the community.

 

Action for Children

Residential holidays for disabled children and young people.

 

WECIL

Evening and weekend clubs for disabled young people.

 

Barnados Special Schools Holiday Clubs

Playscheme for children and young people in special schools.

 

The Family Centre (Deaf Children)

Activities for Deaf children and young people.

 

More Ideas

Disabled Go, Rife Guide and other sources of information.

 

This page has information for residents in the City of Bristol.  Find out about what other Local Authorities do.

Last Update 1 December 2016 by Findability Team.

 

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