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: Jonathan’s Story
(Written by Jonathan himself) “If Tesco sold bottles of Conductive Education I would be having them as part of my weekly shop as it provides a lifeline for anybody that has a physical or ...
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

Preston Amounderness Rotary Club donates £1,900
Preston Amounderness Rotary Club have donated £1,900 to Rainbow House for the purchase of a specialist treadmill which is already having a positive impact on the lives of the young people helped by ...
Rainbow House reindeer fully recovered after a hospital visit
Two year old Jacob Fiddler, from Heskin, Chorley, who attends the Legacy Nursery at Rainbow House, Mawdesley, was very worried when he saw that one of the Christmas reindeer was looking very poorly ...
19 year old Fraser wins the Will Moreland Cup
Fraser Cash, 19, from Great Sankey, Warrington is the first to win the Will Moreland Cup for outstanding achievement. Fraser has Athetoid cerebral palsy which means that he is challenged by over ...