|Service Manager||Sam Cook|
|Independent Living Adviser||Fidelma McCorkell|
|Independent Living Adviser||Hayley Berry|
|Finance Officer (Managed Accounts)||Ricky Jordan|
|Clerical Officer||Gail Williams|
Please find below some general information on the services we offer.
To access PA Finder, please click on the PA Finder button on the right hand side of this page.
To access our Events Calendar, please click on the link at the top of the page.
Please contact us at the office if you need any further help or information.
Penderels Trust is working in partnership with Salford City Council to support adults and children who receive a direct payment in the area to get the most out of their care money and to achieve their goals. Our support includes:
Please contact the team at the Salford office for more information.
Salford Parent Voice is a forum for parents/carers with a child who has a disability or additional need. It is free to join and as a member you will receive updates/invites to events and other information that may be of interest (by email). You can get involved as little or as much as you'd like. You will always be made to feel welcome and your contribution, no matter how small, will always be valued and appreciated. They will always cover travel expenses.
If you'd like to get more involved, you may like to think about joining their Steering Group or be a Salford Parent Voice representative at meetings.
To find out more information and join, simply click on the link below and register with your email address. You will receive a free Max card as a thank you. The Max card is a discount card for families with children/young people with additional needs. Families simply show their Max card upon entry to a venue in order to obtain free or discounted admission. You can find out more about the Max card at www.mymaxcard.co.uk/
All information you submit will be used for the sole purpose of Salford Parent Voice and will not be disclosed to third parties.
If so, you can benefit from an exclusive scheme to support families of children with additional needs to visit and enjoy the theatre together. The Lowry, in association with The Booth Charities, would like to offer families in Salford the opportunity to see three live performances at The Lowry for free and take part in activities together. They would like to hear families of children with disabilities or additional needs who may have found it difficult to vist and experience live theatre together. Simply downland and complete fthe form at the bottom of this page and return to the Lowry either by post or email (details on the form) and they will be in touch.
Are you a carer, aged 50+ and living in Salford? If so, why not take a look the information from Empowering Salford Carers? Go to our Downloads section at the bottom of this page to find out more about help and support you can get around employment and training. You can also get involved in their research project.
Manchester Cares run a Love Thy Neighbour intiative which matches up people from different generations giving them both an opportunity to build a friendship and share stories. Read some of the great friendships that have been forged in their newsletter which is available in the 'Downloads' section at the bottom of this page.
Do you have early to moderate dementia or look after someone who has and live in Salford? As a member of the Salford Dementia Champions Group you will meet new people, find out what is going on, share experiences and be instrumental in influencing the development of dementia friendly communities in Salford. If you would like to know more, please contact Caroline Allport on 0161 212 4953 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salford & Manchester is a community that has been recognised by the Dementia Action Alliance as a community that is 'working to become dementia friendly'. Within the community, Penderels Trust has also been recognised as an organisation that supports this initiative and has submitted an action plan to demonstrate what we will do. For more information on what the Dementia Action Alliance do, please go to www.dementiaaction.org.uk. For more information about how Penderels Trust can support you, please speak to Sam Cook, who is a 'dementia champion', on the contact details above.
Citizens Advice Bureau in Salford - www.salfordcab.org.uk
Advocacy Service in Salford - www.mindinsalford.org.uk
Salford Disability Forum - www.salforddisabilityforum.com/
Henshaws - www.henshaws.org.uk
Age UK - www.ageuk.org.uk/salford
Salford Community and Voluntary Services - www.salfordcvs.co.uk
Garden Needs - http://gardenneeds.org.uk/ability-programme-adults-learning-disabilities/
Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisations (GMCVO) - https://www.gmcvo.org.uk/
Healthwatch Salford: www.healthwatchsalford.co.uk
Salford City Council Adult Care and Health - www.salford.gov.uk/health
The Silver Line (helpline for older people) - www.thesilverline.org.uk Tel: 0800 4 70 80 90
Accessibility at Manchester Airport - www.manchester-airport-guide.co.uk/disabled-facilities.html
Start in Salford - https://www.startinspiringminds.org.uk/
Unlimited Potential - http://www.unlimitedpotential.org.uk/
Inspiring Communities Together - http://inspiringcommunitiestogether.co.uk/
Salford Credit Union - https://www.salfordcreditunion.com/
42nd Street - http://42ndstreet.org.uk/
Salford Community Leisure
How the Active Lifestyles team can help keep you active:
Discover a great range of swimming sessions:
Learn more about over 70’s gym membership: http://www.salfordcommunityleisure.co.uk/sport/membership/individual