Rose Road will continue providing services during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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We provide a safe and welcoming environment

Delivering direct care and services for young people with complex disabilities including 24 hour Respite, Outreach, Playschemes and Family Support.

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Supporting people with disabilities since 1952

Read about what we value throughout the work we do every day and what drives us going forward.

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Our team works hard for the families we support

Throughout all our services, every one of our Senior Management Team, Trustees, Ambassadors and staff continue to put families first.

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Delivering exciting local events and fundraising challenges

Attend our events or get involved in your own fundraising challenges to raise money for Rose Road.

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Visit our News and Views for all our updates

From monthly blogs from our CEO, to community challenges and generous donations, read all our stories here.

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Rose Road makes a positive difference to the lives of young people with disabilities

The Rose Road Association is a charity that provides services for over 300 children and young adults with severe physical disabilities, learning difficulties, and/or autism.

We are based in Southampton in the UK, and also work across Hampshire and surrounding counties.

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Your donations make a huge difference

We need to raise £500,000 each year just to keep our services running, and much of this comes from individuals making one off or regular donations.

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Rose Road provides support and services to families

At the heart of our operations is the Bradbury Centre which is a safe and welcoming space for children and young people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD).

We also offer 24-hour respite care, as well as a range of activities to suit the tastes and abilities of the children and young adults in our care.

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Soft play

Our hoist accessible soft play area is particularly popular with our younger service-users.

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Sensory room

Also hoist accessible, our sensory room provides a much-needed space for relaxation and stimulation.

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The Oaks & Acorns

Both children and young adults can stay in one of 15 fantastically decorated bedrooms at our 24 hour respite facility.

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We've lined up loads of exciting events

Our team is always coming up with fun new things to do. From cake sales to glamourous dinner parties, there's sure to be something you'll want to get involved in!

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We're always looking for volunteers

Volunteering at Rose Road can make a huge difference. Whether you can commit to a regular day a week, or want to start off by helping at one-off events - we’d love to hear from you!

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Could you be our next team member?

Rose Road employs a diverse and passionate team, working with people from all walks of life. We offer a competitive salary and plenty of work-place perks.

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Rated 'Good' by Ofsted and an Independent Regulator

We were rated 'Good' by Ofsted and The Care Quality Commission, reflecting our commitment to provide safe, high quality services.

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