Leisure

Cheshire West and Chester Council works with a number of organisations who provide a range of short break services for disabled children and their families.

A whole range of free activities are available including residential and overnight stays, personal assistants, outreach workers, creative breaks, arts and crafts, sports, dance and much more.

https://www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/residents/health-and-social-care/children-and-young-people/children-with-disabilities/short-breaks/short-breaks.aspx

For information on Adult Social Skills Groups, please click here. Also have a look at our links page, as many of the organisations offer a number of activities for both children and adults.

Aspire is a social and support group for autistic adults living in Chester and surrounding areas.  Regular zoom meetings and walks.  To contact: aspirechester@gmail.com Tel: 07510265341.

The West Cheshire Autism Hub is a welcoming environment for autistic adults aged 16 plus and their families.  To find out more email karen.mcguinness@westcheshireautismhub.co.uk or go to http://www.westcheshireautismhub.co.uk/

Cheshire Autism Practical support (CHAPS) offer a variety of different activities.  Please follow the link below:

Activities | Cheshire Autism Practical Support

Crossroads together offer activity sessions in Cheshire East and West for children aged 8-18 with complex needs. Activities can range from trips out to the zoo to hosted groups at our dedicated activity centres.

Children’s Services | Crossroads Together