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Jubilee Garden Centre for Children with

Special Needs / Disabilities and their Families.


 

What is Jubilee Gardens?

Jubilee Gardens is a Hub for children with disabilities and their families to access advice, information or support a place where families come together to access activities for the whole family to enjoy. It is a community building where we hope you will feel welcome and able to use the services and facilities. We have a Sensory Room for families to use; this can be booked through contacting the centre. We also have a large garden with a wheelchair accessible roundabout and lots of support groups who use the centre throughout the week.  We hope that the Centre will continue to develop with your support.

 

What services are there at the Centre?

The ISCAN team ( Integrated Service for Children with Additional Needs) are based here.  This comprises of social workers, service coordinators, transition social worker & behaviour support.  We work directly with families to look at your needs and identify appropriate support where needed. We also offer information and advice around what is available via Tameside’s Local Offer. 

 

What facilities are there?

If you are a child with a disability we want you and your family to make full use of the facilities. If you would like to use any of the Centre's rooms, please ask the staff for more details. They'll be happy to help.


Sensory Room

The Sensory room is a magical place filled with special lights, soft soothing music, a variety of textures, mirrors and sounds. The floors and walls are cushioned and there are lights and sounds that surround you.

A Sensory room is a place of relaxation, pleasure and pure enjoyment. Anyone who enters can decide to explore and enjoy the different sensory experiences in their own way and in their own time.


Family room/play room:

Families can use this room to meet other families and children with disabilities enabling the whole family to relax and enjoy the facilities. The rooms are also used by support groups who use the building to provide a range of activities / short breaks for families. . There are also kitchen facilities, disabled toilets and shower room/changing facilities.


Conference Room:

The large conference room can be booked for support group meetings or professional meetings. There are facilities to make coffee and tea and prepare buffets. Equipment such as an overhead projector is available..

 

How you can help

We need your help to develop the service to meet the needs of children with disabilities. Your feedback and ideas are important to us. If you would like to become more involved with helping us to develop the service, please contact the team.

 

Who can use the service?

Children who have a disability and their families can use the service. For an informal chat or to find out more information, please contact a member of the team.

 

When are we open?

We are open Monday to Wednesday 8.30am - 5.00pm | Thursday 8.30am - 4.30pm | Friday 8.30am - 4.00pm
As the Centre develops we hope that we may be able to extend the opening hours.
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Contact Information
Contact by Post

Children with Disabilities Team
Gardenfold Way
Droylsden
M43 7XU
Contact by Telephone
0161 371 2060
Contact by Fax
0161 371 2061
Contact by Minicom
0161 371 2076