Family Support Services- Together Trust
Together Trust provides a range of Special Educational Needs and Therapy services to enable families caring for children and young people with complex conditions, including autism and learning difficulties to get the help they need at specific times. The services offer practical solutions, help and support to ensure that families, children and young people get the best from their school and home life.
Our specialist services can support you and your child to focus on ordinary life and independence skills such as self-care, toileting, sleeping and eating programmes that can transform the need for ongoing carer support and help. These services deliver not just huge positive change to families but build your child’s independence skills, self-esteem and confidence that will support them now and into adulthood. Help with toilet training, sleep, eating, and becoming independent makes a huge difference to family life and the possibilities for each child.
Our specialist therapy services provide direct speech and language therapy and occupational therapy to children and young people at home, school and in other environments. Therapists offer bespoke and nationally accredited training courses to professionals, parents and carers.
For family and community support from the Together Trust contact us on: 0161 283 4848 to find out more or visit https://www.togethertrust.org.uk where you can also find information for our upcoming events.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Together Trust Centre
- SK8 1JE
Together Trust’s central office is based in Cheadle, Stockport however individual family appointments and location can be arranged to suit a family’s needs. We work in a variety of settings including the child’s home, nursery, school, college and social care service.
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Together Trust’s Family Support Services provide a range of therapy, advice and consultancy services directly to mainstream, special and independent schools, nurseries and FE colleges, as well as to families, local authorities and social care services.
The Together Trust also provides a wide range of care, special education and community services for children and adults with behavioural challenges, learning difficulties, physical disabilities, complex health needs and autism.
We welcome contact from parents/carers and professionals who are interested in any of our services, as it gives us the opportunity to explain more about ourselves and to answer any questions that you may have.
In addition to local authority funded services, our services can be purchased by families, carers, and service users over the age of 18 or their brokers via a direct payment, individual budget, individual service fund or personal/private funds. We are also able to work with brokerage services to deliver tailored packages of support to meet your budget and goals.
- Other notes
Together Trust is a charity that has been operating for over 140 years. With experience, comes excellence. We believe that everyone deserves an equal chance in life and everyone has the ability and right to experience joy, safety, happiness and hope. By providing specialist education, care and community services to children, young people and adults, the Together Trust aims to do everything in its power to make that happen.
We can provide assessment, ongoing therapy, advice and support for children and young people with autism, specific learning difficulties and other speech, language and communication needs.
We also deliver bespoke training and workshops for parents, carers and professionals, covering topics such as:
- Understanding autism
- Strategies to support communication
- Sensory processing strategies
- Supporting siblings
- Managing anger
- Sensory differences and ASC.
Our therapists can support individuals with a wide range of conditions and needs and our therapy packages are personalised to meet the needs and interests of each individual.
We have regular drop-in sessions and workshops where you can meet other parents, listen to experienced speakers and borrow books from our extensive library.
For more information you can contact us on: 0161 283 4848 or visit https://www.togethertrust.org.uk where you can also find information for our upcoming events, workshops and drop-in sessions.
- Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood(16+)
Secondary (11-15 years)
Primary (5-10 years)
Early Years (0-4 years)
- SEN Provision Type