Experienced & knowledgeable staff.
Confidential & high quality services.
Welcome to Unique Ways
Supporting families with disabled children.
We are a parent-carer led organisation supporting disabled children and their families, helping them to lead ordinary lives. Our goal is to make sure that the voices of parent carers and their families are heard.
We provide a broad range of services for parent carers, from training courses and Independent Supporters to social events, focus groups and discounts on family days out! We don’t restrict our services based on whether your child has a diagnosis or not, and instead work with anyone who feels they need our help.
How We Can Help...
Become a Member
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Information & Signposting
Providing guidance, and
pointing you in the right direction.
Courses & Training
Free sessions focusing on
building resilience for parent carers.
Individual support from our
practitioners, tailored to your needs.
Everything from Toy Libraries to craft groups!
Frequently Asked Questions
Answering some of the most common questions we’re asked.
We provide peer support for members and non-members alike.
Our parents and carers forum, Family Voice Calderdale, ensures that you have a voice in shaping services for children with additional needs.
This active group of parent carers works in partnership with Statutory Service Providers to influence the design, development and delivery of services for disabled children and young people in Calderdale. The group encourages families to get involved, share experiences, and take an active role in shaping the services they use.
Tell us your current issues...
There's lots more support available at Unique Ways. How else can we help you?
National Government Review of SEND – Right Support, Right Place, Right Time
How You Can Help...
With Alix due to move up to secondary school, his parents were concerned about making sure he received enough support. Their Independent Supporter tells Alix's story.
By working with an Independent Supporter at Unique Ways, Oliver's confidence has grown and he's beginning to make his way in the world. Here, his Independent Supporter tells his story.
Jane's daughter went through a number of sleep therapies before our sleep practitioners helped them plan a personalised program that ensured a good night's sleep for everyone.
Emma and her son, Oliver, arrived at Unique Ways struggling to cope with his autism. Through working with us, they've been able to develop a range of strategies for coping and progressing.
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