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: Alex’s Story
(Written by his Mum) My son Alex suffered oxygen starvation at birth and so started his journey in neo-natal intensive care where he spent 3 ½ weeks. It was a week before I could give hi ...
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 ...


Latest News

Over 300 join the Rainbow Ramble as PNE defender Bailey Wright cuts the starting ribbon
The sun shone, the sky was blue, motorbike leaders were at the ready as Preston North End defender Bailey Wright, accompanied by the Deepdale Duck, cut the starting ribbon and over 300 runners, walk ...
St Helens mum organises team to join the Rainbow Ramble
Michelle Atkins from Moss Bank, St Helens whose daughter Jessica attends conductive education at Rainbow House, Mawdesley is organising a team of Jessica’s Jesters who will be taking part in the 7 ...
Fraser Cash, Rachel Holland, Kriszti Turner, Norah Szentirmai, George Clark, Lucy Clark, Joel  Sweeney
Job switch with a difference for CE Awareness Week
As part of the events in Conductive Education (CE) Awareness Week (12 – 19 March) Rainbow House, Mawdesley and Stick ‘n’ Step, based in Wallesey on the Wirral took part in a job swap with a diff ...