Our Services

At Rainbow House we understand people with disabilities.

Here at Rainbow House, the purpose of our work is to fill a gap in provision and challenge all of these issues in order to help service users progress in every area of learning and reach a higher level of independence, whilst also helping the families with advice, support and guidance.

The People
We Help

The People We Help

Success Stories: Jessica’s Story
(Written by her Mum) Jessica sustained a significant brain injury during birth. The days after her birth were full of bad news, lists of things our daughter would never be able to do. Our ...
Success Stories: Hannah’s Story
(Written by her Mum) Hannah has an immense zest for life and radiates fun (and, often chaos!) wherever she goes. She’s extremely precious too! However, since her birth, life has been ex ...


Latest News

Megan Atkins & Gemma Bennett sky dive from 11,000ft
Megan Atkins from Moss Bank, St Helens went sky diving on 16th September with Gemma Bennett from Leyland and, together, they raised over £1,100 for Rainbow House, Mawdesley.
Over £96K grant for Rainbow House from the Steve Morgan Foundation
Rainbow House has received a grant of £96,624k from the Steve Morgan Foundation. The cheque was presented by Steve Morgan Foundation Trustee, Vincent Fairclough to the new Rainbow House President, ...
New President_Bill Ainscough
A new President for Rainbow House
Mr William (Bill) Ainscough, a successful business man from Wrightington, who is passionate about supporting children and young people to achieve the best they can in their lives, has become the ...