Seashell Trust is a national charity that supports children and young people with complex and severe learning disabilities, including those with little to no language abilities. They provide a happy, creative and safe environment where students can learn to engage with the world around them, express themselves, and gain more independence. With the help of the charity’s school and college and short breaks, the team of specialist teachers, onsite therapy staff, care staff and sports coaches are there to encourage students to lead happy, safe, and creative lives.
What Do Seashell Trust Do?
Home to the Royal School Manchester and the Royal College Manchester, both specialist institutions, Seashell Trust provides residential and short break facilities for children and young people aged 2 to 25. Additionally, they offer short break facilities to children and young people who aren’t in residential education too.
Their individually tailored care programmes help to promote independence, and to help students build self esteem and gain confidence, while the charity offers an all inclusive sports facility, specialist therapies, and staff with expertise in behavioural management, multi-sensory impairments and autism.
How You Can Support Seashell Trust This February
Seashell Trust is open 365 days a year, and many of the children and young people they support require round the clock care from the specialist team of staff. While care and education is funded by local authorities, fundraising for Seashell Trust ensures that the charity can provide the very best experiences and facilities for their students. This February, they are taking part in our charity poll in a bid to win 20% of this month’s profits. You can help by casting your vote for them today to help them providing their outstanding services for their students and residents. Register your vote today!
Find out more about Seashell Trust and the services they provide by visiting their website: http://www.seashelltrust.org.uk/.