Through our life skills coaching, we aim to support young people to achieve positive outcomes and fulfil their hopes and dreams. We build an inspirational and positive team around them who they like, admire and trust.
We are person centred in our approach and we work with you at your own pace to develop your skills, confidence and independence. We do it in a positive, happy way, seeing the potential in everyone at Rainbows House. You are treated as an individual. You are not limited because you have a disability.
We offer you the opportunity to be actively engaged in learning practical life and social skills, developing your confidence and feeling good about yourself.
We help you participate in recreational and therapeutic crafts and hobbies of your choice, for example: cooking, baking, computer skills, photography, art therapy, gardening, horticultural activities, singing, dancing, furniture restoration.
We can support you with your transitional journey, assessing your skills, which you will need for everyday tasks such as: using money, budgeting, accessing the community, shopping, making friends, socialising, household tasks, keeping safe, making decisions, preparing and cooking a meal and making friends.
Our staff are well trained, caring, flexible and passionate, with a ‘can-do’ attitude. We also have a manager and team leader with a hands on approach, who likes helping out.