Below is a list of the top and leading Disability Carers in Manchester. To help you find the best Disability Carers located near you in Manchester, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Manchester’s Best Disability Carers:
The top rated Disability Carers in Manchester are:
- Manchester Carers Centre – make to both the people they support and society as a whole
- Dimobi Childrens Disability Trust – is a special need and learning disability, autism provider
- Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People – is a disabled people’s organization
- Tordan Healthcare – provides support for people with a variety of specialist care and clinical needs
- Making Space – aim to work in true and equal partnership with its service users
Manchester Carers Centre
Manchester Carers Centre is a community where the role and contribution of unpaid carers are universally understood, valued, and respected. Carers are authorized to achieve their personal goals and aspirations and stay physically and mentally well. They are enabled and sustained in their caring role through quality services and support. It is anyone who cares, for a family member or friend who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem cannot control without their help. They understand the invaluable contribution that Carers make to both the people they support and society as a whole.
Information & Advice, Emotional Support, Practical Help, Social & Peer Support, Signposting
“Brilliant and helpful staff and phenomenal groups, honestly like a close family.” – Carol S.
Dimobi Childrens Disability Trust
Dimobi Childrens Disability Trust is a special need and learning disability, autism provider based in Newton Heath, Manchester. It is always their mission to help families accept and support children, young people, and adults up to 25 years of age with learning disabilities and/or autism. They work closely with families, for families. Everything they do is carried out in the hope of improving the lives of their families. They achieve this by working directly with parents and carers.
Early Signs Of Autism, Learning Disability, Support
“Hello my beautiful Dimobi family. I just want to say a very big thank you to Dimobi charity! With the help of Dimobi Childrens Disability Trust. My son Ovie received an Apple iPad. I say God bless you! God will continue to bless your information and advice thank you the founder of Dimobi trust.” – Angela O.
Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People
Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People is a disabled people’s organization, which means it is controlled and run by disabled people only. They aim to promote the independence and inclusion of disabled people in society and to challenge the discrimination disabled people face. Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People and its members have a long record of campaigning for the rights and inclusion of disabled people, running projects specifically with young disabled people, training both disabled and non-disabled people, providing information, advocacy, and peer support.
Disabled People’s Archive, Greater Manchester Disabled People’s Panel, Manchester Disabled People’s Projects, Young Disabled People Advice & Advocacy Project
“Everything about GMCDP is fantastic, important and makes you feel rejuvenated when you least expect it.” – Ellie P.
Tordan Healthcare provides support for people with a variety of specialist care and clinical needs. They have a local presence which means they understand local communities and have developed a local workforce that has been hugely beneficial in building strong partnerships with local authorities, CCGs, other health professionals, and most importantly clients and their families. This ensures all the support received by its clients is integrated and presented as a cohesive care package.
They have an extensive, experienced, and diverse team of care professionals, who are committed to continuity of their client’s care. They pride themselves on high staff retention as they value its staff and continually offer support, training, and professional development ensuring they have the skills to deliver the highest quality care to its clients.
Complex/Clinical Care, Learning Disabilities Care, Physical Disabilities, Children & Families, Mental Health, Live-In Care, Palliative Care
“I would like to say thank you for caring for my daughter for the last months. She has the best people and the best care.” – Mrs. B.
Making Space embrace the diversity of its people and celebrate their shared ambition of making a difference in people’s lives. Its service users and their families are at the heart of everything that they do. They aim to work in true and equal partnership with its service users, across all levels of the organization.
They provide high-quality health and social care services that are innovative, responsive, and flexible to each individual’s needs and choices. They are a national charity that provides services in the heart of local communities, in the comfort of people’s own homes, and specialist care and support services.
Mental Health, Dementia, Learning Disabilities, Older People, Carers, Accommodation
“Great service.” – Jodie W.