Enham Trust

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Description

Enham Trust is a disability charity run by trustees, advisory groups and a team of executives that works with over 8,500 individuals each year, helping them have increased independence and choice in housing, care, work and skills development.

They provides a range of services for disabled children and young people with a physical disability and special educational needs. These services support disabled children and young people in a variety of ways by giving them independence, choice and control in a safe and supportive environment.

They also provide innovative activity groups and intensive support services for children and young people with disabilities.

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Further information

  • Are you eligible
  • Personalised care and support services for children and young adults with disabilities and special educational needs.

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  • When is it available
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