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Henshaws College, Bogs Lane, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 4ED
We give expert care, advice and training to anyone affected by sight loss, right where it's needed most. We also work with people with learning disabilities. Because all of this affects family, friends and colleagues, we work with them too.

We work in the north of England, with centres and communities in Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Newcastle, Harrogate and Knaresborough.

Henshaws College, our further education college, specialises in visual impairment and caters for students with disabilities aged between 16 and 25. The college enables every student to reach his or her maximum level of independence, gain vocational skills and supports the transition into adult life.

Each of our centres offer different services and programmes - but we all have a common goal: To enable the people who use our services to live independent and fulfilling lives.
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Hinwick Hall College, Hinwick, Wellingborough, NN29 7JD
Hinwick Hall College is an independent specialist college working with learners who have physical, sensory and/or learning difficulties including Autistic Spectrum Conditions. It is an exciting and vibrant place to learn. Our qualifications, courses and pathway choices enable students to prepare for adult life after college and take greater responsibility for their own lives.

The college is set in extensive grounds, and is located in Bedfordshire (based on the Northamptonshire/Bedfordshire boarder). The college offers residential, weekly boarding and day learning programmes.

We work with approximately 60 students from all around the country. Our students are aged between 16 and 24 and at Hinwick we prepare our residential and day learners to become more independent and to cope with the many challenges of adult life.
Our size means that we are able to provide a tailored programme for each individual. We offer highly effective education, support and therapy with the aim of increasing independence. Hinwick students are well supported and appropriately challenged as they develop personally, emotionally and socially. Our vision is to see every student become as independent as possible and with dedicated staff and our wide ranging curriculum we endeavour to realise this.

Hinwick is a college which values and respects learners, staff and the community, promoting equality, diversity and tolerance through positive communication and by challenging all forms of discrimination. It is a college where diversity is actively celebrated and recognised as a great learning opportunity for all.
This is the place where learning is planned around your hopes and aspirations, where life skills training is tailored to your individual goals, and where you are supported by staff who respect your choices and your lifestyle. Welcome to the place that believes you CAN.

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North Park Lane, Godstone, Surrey, RH9 8ND
Orpheus provides unique opportunities for young disabled adults aged 18-25 with a passion for performing arts. We promote transition and personal development through these performing arts, so students gain the skills to live independently in the community and are enabled to make informed choices about their futures.
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Old Town Hall, Woodcote Road, Wallington, Surrey, SM6 0NB
Provides a non-residential educational service, which offers equality of opportunity and respect to all students and staff.

Provides real life learning opportunities within a framework which is flexible, safe and responsive to individual needs.

Aims at all times to build quality relationships and interactions which respect an individual's potential to learn.

Enables and empowers learners to identify and work towards their personal aspirations.

At Orchard Hill College we try to get as close as possible to our learners home communities, to help them build a network of people who appreciate what they can offer to the local community/workplace during and after their time with us.

We want our learners to have the opportunity to experience new challenges, whilst feeling secure in the support that they receive from our experienced and enthusiastic staff teams.

Our Individualised Learning Plans focus on finding out what each learner wants to achieve during their time at College and then we try to make it happen. We aim to nurture an individual's talents and use these to further their skills for the future.
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Queen Alexandra College, Court Oak Road, Birmingham, B17 9TG
Harborne is a good place to live and learn. It is quiet but easy to get to. Harborne town centre has loads of shops, cafes and pubs (if you are old enough to enjoy them). Very near to QAC is a new swimming pool complex, local shops and a park. Harborne even has its own Michelin starred restaurant.

It's easy to get to the city centre and New Street Station. The 24 bus stops right outside the College. In the City there is fantastic shopping, theatres, music, art galleries and entertainment. QAC is just minutes from junction three of the M5. Some students even fly home from Birmingham International Airport.

Learners can enjoy football at Aston Villa or Birmingham City and concerts at the NIA and NEC. There's always something happening in Birmingham.

Birmingham is an exciting place with wonderful theatres, clubs, art galleries and museums. There are amazing shops at the Bull Ring and Mailbox. Exhibitions and world-class music at the Symphony Hall, NIA or the NEC Arena offer every type of entertainment. The cafe canals, the Ikon Gallery and Sea Life Centre around the modern Brindleyplace fountains are a very popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The city's restaurants cater for all tastes and budgets including Birmingham's specialty - the Balti.
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Portland College, Nottingham Road, Nottinghamshire, NG18 4TJ
Portland College is a vibrant national college for people with a wide range of disabilities.

We strive to develop every learner's unimagined potential with a personalised programme that can include work experience and volunteering. The personal curriculum is underpinned by a broad range of accredited qualifications in independence, literacy, numeracy, sport, arts, business studies, computing, small animal care and horticulture.

We deliver a specialised sensory curriculum for learners with more complex needs.
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St Rose's, Stratford Lawn, Gloucestershire, GL5 4AP
St Joseph’s is an exciting stepping stone into adult life. During a three years placement, students enjoy an exceptional and imaginative combination of teaching, social and extra curricular activities. The student’s daily lives, physical and emotional wellbeing, continue to be supported by our in house team of therapists.
The department is purposely residential to allow students time and space to develop their independence and to take calculated risks in a supportive environment. Students are encouraged to increase their independence and have fulfilling social lives.
The care and dedication of the staff enables young people to go out into the world and enjoying living with ambition and confidence.

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