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The Chiltern Centre

The Chiltern Centre is a wonderful purpose-built care home in Henley on Thames offering a range of services to young people (aged 16 – 30) with learning disabilities (often alongside physical disabilities and/or complex medical needs) that empower them to live life to the full.…

The Chiltern Centre is a wonderful purpose-built care home in Henley on Thames offering a range of services to young people (aged 16 – 30) with learning disabilities (often alongside physical disabilities and/or complex medical needs) that empower them to live life to the full. A person-centred approach promoting choice, positive self-image and individual identity drives everything we do.

We offer invaluable information and guidance for parents, carers, young people and professionals.  We monitor young people’s health and provide information and feedback for professionals involved in their care.

We can also offer support through our Buddies Group for teens and young adults.  Encouraging them to be more independent and grow as individuals is one of the most rewarding aspects of our work.  Through our groups we help young people prepare for adult life, assist them with their transition to residential college, work or volunteering and provide information about other organisations which can support them in the future life.  Through these groups, young people form strong friendships.

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Who to contact

Telephone
01491 575575
E-mail
Chiltern@chilterncentre.org.uk
Website
The Chiltern Centre

Where to go

Address
The Chiltern Centre For Disabled Children
Greys Road
Henley-on-thames
Oxfordshire
Postcode
RG9 1QR

Other Details

Additional Information

Providing services to
16 + years
Disabled children/young people
Carers

Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Visual impairment
Challenging behaviour
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment

Last checked on 18/05/2020

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

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