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St Martin's Centre

St Martin’s Centre provides specialist further education, life skills courses and residential services for young adults (19–25 years) with physical disabilities, sensory, learning and communication difficulties and complex health needs. We are a small forward-looking college based in the centre of Stroud with links to…

St Martin’s Centre provides specialist further education, life skills courses and residential services for young adults (19–25 years) with physical disabilities, sensory, learning and communication difficulties and complex health needs. We are a small forward-looking college based in the centre of Stroud with links to our local FE college and other local provision.

We offer young adults the opportunity to develop the skills needed to enjoy adulthood with as much independence as possible. We want them to feel valued and to grow in their ability to see themselves as an essential part of the community.

Care, therapy and education are all delivered holistically to our students. Each student will have an opportunity to be involved in creating their own personalised pathway which will encompass their own needs, interests and aspirations. It is the next step to empower them to develop their own sense of independence and allow them to flourish.

Who to contact

Telephone
01453 763793
E-mail
stmartins@stroses.org.uk
Website
St Martin's Centre

Where to go

Name
St Martin's Centre
Address
Stratford Lawn
Stroud
Gloucestershire
Postcode
GL5 4AP

Other Details

Additional Information

Providing services to
Young people

Supporting people with
Physical disability
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment

Last checked on 10/08/2018

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

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