Health and Social Services | Oldham Council
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Vaccinations are now available to anyone aged 12 or above. Anyone over 12 can book online. Anyone over 16 can visit one of our local vaccine clinics without an appointment.

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We strongly suggest contacting the service or activity before you use it. This way you can check all the details are correct and that everything is right for you. Please remember to ask staff to show you that relevant insurance is in place and staff qualifications are up to date.
Social group for disabled people

Referral details

If unable to download the referral form please ask for a copy from Dayna Brannick. Please contact us if you need help completing the form. Barrier Breakers also take self referrals. These can be done in person at the venue. Please contact Dayna to arrange a meeting.
Youth Council Office, Room 222, Civic Centre, West Street, Oldham, OL1 1UL

Venue notes

For satellite navigation purposes the postcode to use is OL1 1QJ or Queen Elizabeth Hall. The venue is at the bottom of the car park through the double doors with the Oldham Youth Council logo over it.

Contact phone

0161 770 3120

Age

From 11 to 21 years old (although some members maybe older if they started the group before their 21st birthday)

Opening times

Monday 6pm - 8pm

Cost details

Free

Description

Barrier Breakers is a youth forum for young people with additional needs and disabilities in Oldham.

Members  meet weekly to raise issues and develop projects to bring about change for themselves and their peers through creative activity. 

Barrier Breakers undertake consultation work for local services to ensure they are effective for young people with disabilities.

 

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Updated: 08/09/2021