Some South Yorkshire CANN Organisations
The Children’s Air Ambulance is an inter-hospital transfer service flying babies and children from one hospital to another for specialist care.
Head Office: Blue Skies House Butlers Leap Rugby Warwickshire CV21 3RQ
Children’s Air Ambulance
We are an educational support service for visually impaired children and young people from 0-25. Our team consists of qualified specialist teachers, specialist teaching assistants, habilitaton officers and curriculum support staff. Our focus is to ensure the best outcomes for children and young people with a vision impairment. We aim to provide ongoing support to enable each young person to reach their potential, and develop skills to become independent adults who are included in all aspects of their community. We aim to ensure support is given to families, and work with educational settings to ensure that all children and young people have access to, and are fully included in all aspects of curriculum.
Tapton School Darwin Lane Sheffield S10 5RG
Vision Support Service Sheffield City Council
Ladybower Fisheries is in the heart of the Peak District National Park. We have a team of dedicated qualified staff and volunteers and offer assisted fly fishing sessions on accessible boats or pontoons. These sessions are especially tailored for people with disabilities, regardless of age, enabling them to take up fishing for the first time, or to get back in to fishing after a life changing event. Working in partnership with the British Disabled Angling Association (BDAA) we may be able to fund the fishing events at Ladybower Fisheries and provide adapted fishing equipment as required. All our activities are fully risk assessed by lead fishing coaches who are certified safeguarding and first aid trained and hold a valid enhanced DBS, our power boat operators are all RYA trained and able to assist people with disabilities. Site visits from individuals or groups are welcome before any activity takes place.
Ladybower Fisheries Ashopton Road Bamford Derbyshire S33 0AZ
Tree of Hope is a children’s charity that supports families to raise vital funds for specialist care, not available through the NHS, for their sick and disabled children. Fundraising under the banner of a registered charity enables families to claim gift aid, receive corporate donations and match funding, as well as providing donor reassurance.
61-63 Camden Road Tunbridge Wells Kent TN1 2QE