Welcome to Stockport CP’s information on the local offer. We provides a wide range of activities and support for children, young people and adults with physical and/or learning disabilities and autistic spectrum conditions. We currently support over 700 people across the North West, enabling children and young people to live a more independent life.
Below is a list and short description of their activities and short breaks services - click on each title for further information.
Stockport CP Skills Day Service provides a range of opportunities for disabled adults to develop new skills or improve existing ones. We design a support package that meets each individual's specific choice and need. Activities include cooking, yoga, music and drama, photography, computers, arts and crafts, gardening and much more. The sessions are based upon promoting independence, building up skills and abilities, keeping well and staying healthy and having fun.
Stockport CP aims to support those with the most complex needs. We can support people with complex learning and physical disabilities including people with high medical needs. Our staff are trained in moving and handling, medication, epilepsy management and positive behaviour management. There are also specialist staff with expertise in gastrostomy care.
Stockport CP offers residential care at Cheddle Lodge, a purpose-built single storey home in Cheadle, Cheshire. Inspected and approved by CQC, Cheddle Lodge can accommodate up to 13 residents aged 18 to 65 years old. Our highly-trained team of staff are able to support residents with complex heath needs and multiple disabilities within a caring, homely environment.
We provide short holidays for disabled children, young people and adults. These are tailored to the individual and can range from adventure holidays to city break.
Weekend Breaks for disabled children and young people:
The project provides exciting activity based weekend breaks. In response to children's requests, the holidays are held at licensed and adapted venues for disabled children and young people 9-18 years of age. A range of weekend breaks in small groups (approximately 6-8 children/young people) offered away from home at a range of venues depending on what is being requested. Breaks include outdoor activity breaks, city breaks, youth hostel etc.
We provide a domiciliary care service to disabled children, young people and adults. Most services provided relate to leisure and pleasure activities, enabling service users to have everyday life experiences outside the home.
Cycling: We also run Stockport CP Wheelers which offers weekly cycling sessions for disabled children and adults, using a range of specially adapted cycles.
Currently these are running at Woodbank Park 3 times a week.
Contact Stockport CP for more information.