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Breakaway Group

The Breakaway Group is for 18-30 year olds with learning disabilities to enjoy being part of a group and have fun, get active and engage in all sorts of social and recreational activities. Another way we help disabled children feel part of society and further develop…

The Breakaway Group is for 18-30 year olds with learning disabilities to enjoy being part of a group and have fun, get active and engage in all sorts of social and recreational activities.

Another way we help disabled children feel part of society and further develop personal skills is through our Buddies Group – a social group for teenagers with physical and/or learning difficulties.

Please contact us direct for more information.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Pamela Lee
Contact Position
Youth Group Coordinator
Telephone
01491 575575
E-mail
breakaway@chilterncentre.org.uk
Website
Chiltern Centre
Parent Organisation
The Chiltern Centre

Where to go

Name
Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children
Address
Greys Road
Henley on Thames
Oxon
Postcode
RG9 1QR

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Approx monthly
Session Information
Members can opt in/out of the offered sessions

Other Details

Costs

Details

Young people contribute toward the cost of the outings, which are often subsidised.

Young people are not expected to pay for staffing costs.

Availability

Age Ranges
18-30 years

Additional Information

Providing services to
Disabled children/young people
Adults

Notes

This service is offered with a staff ratio of 5 young people to 1 member of staff.  If a young person has personal needs that require a greater level of care, then they are welcome to bring a support worker.  

The young person will need to get to an agreed meeting point, not normally more than 15 miles from home, and often between Henley and Wallingford, depending on those attending the sessions.

We try a variety of different activities, from eating out, theatre, music festivals, live sport events, pottery painting, rock climbing, charity work for example.

Supporting people with
Learning difficulty
Autistic Spectrum Condition

Last checked on 16/08/2018

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

This information has been collected from third party providers and Oxfordshire County Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of the information nor does inclusion represent a recommendation or an endorsement. Parents, carers, young people and professionals are recommended to check that organisations and services are appropriate and safe before they attend.
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