Disability support in Salford
Getting support for children and young people
Every child is different in how they learn. If you feel your child needs extra support, find out about Salford’s Local Offer.
This site gives you all the information you need in one place about the help that is available locally for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) and how to access it.
Salford also has plenty of groups and activities for disabled children and young people to enjoy in holiday time or after school.
Having a physical disability or learning difficulty shouldn’t stop you from keeping active or joining groups that are of interest to you.
There are plenty of opportunities in Salford for people to get involved with inclusive sport and creative groups. Both can boost independance, learning and keeping fit and healthy.
Getting support at work
If you have a disability, Remploy can provide you with help getting into employment or support once you are in work.
You can also talk to a Disability Employment Adviser (DEA) at your local Jobcentre who can help you find a job or gain new skills and tell you about disability friendly employers in your area. You can call 0345 604 3719 to find out more.
Help in and outside the home
If you or a member of your family has a disability, you may be entitled to extra care and support arranged by your local council to help you live as normally as possible.
The council will assess your needs, offer advice and information and decide whether they will cover the cost of your care needs or if you need to make a contribution.
You could be eligible for help such as adaptations to your home, for example a stair lift or money to arrange and pay for your own care. You can also find out more about financial help available.