Leading Hampshire-based disability charity Enham Trust has now incorporated national flagship disability project The MOVE Partnership; an initiative supporting children and adults living with physical disabilities and complex needs, to gain independent mobility. An integrated, multi-agency – Education, Health, and Social Care – approach for children and adults with physical disabilities and complex needs, The Move Partnership provides a framework for collaborative working, with the expertise of all agencies, channelled towards achieving personal, functional goals set by the clients and their families.
Enabling the development of lifelong physical, cognitive, and communication skills, leading to improved independence and social inclusion, The Move Partnership’s approach perfectly complements Enham Trust’s vital work; supporting as many disabled people across the country as possible to live lives of choice, control and independence.
“Enham Trust has been supporting people in their transition towards greater independence for almost 100 years,” explains Enham Trust’s CEO Peta Wilkinson. “The charity provides personalised health and care programmes, living, learning and work opportunities, thus supporting physical health and mental wellbeing. The merger with The Move Partnership will help to further develop the services offered to disabled people.”
MOVE raises expectations and focuses on positive opportunities, empowering people to reach their full potential.
For more information about Enham Trust and The MOVE Partnership, please visit: www.enhamtrust.org.uk