We’re a parent-led charity centre for children with additional needs in and around Wokingham, offering activities, support and therapies. Based in Wokingham, our groundbreaking centre ‘Our house’ is a haven for both disabled children and their families.
Queen’s award for voluntary service,
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities.
Sue Ryder Woman of Achievement award, 2016
Our CEO won the prestigious Woman of Achievement award, celebrating incredible women from across the UK.
Pride of Britain Award – winner for Meridian West, 2015
The Pride of Britain awards honour British people who have acted bravely or extraordinarily in challenging situations.
Parliamentary Leadership Podcast, 2020
We were selected to contribute to the parlimentary leadership podcast in 2020.
She Magazine – Juggler of the Year, 2010
Our CEO won the coveted Juggler of the year award in 2010.
Finalist for Businesswomen of the Year Award, 2015
Our CEO was a finalist for Businesswoman of the year, with Outstanding Contribution.
Parliamentary Review Contributor, 2019
We were selected as a contributor to the 2019 Parliamentary Review.
Don’t take our word for it, here’s what some of the parents who visit us said
“…Our House is a very warm, welcoming, relaxing environment where all of our family feel happy. The Saturday Club is a time we look forward to each month, as we know all of our children will be entertained and happy and we can share with other families facing similar challenges. There is nothing else like Our House locally. If it didn’t exist, I wouldn’t have the network of support that I do today…”
“… We’re so lucky to have a facility like this available to us in the local area. Knowing that we can just come along and not have to worry about whether changing facilities will be suitable and relax knowing most of those around us are in the same boat is a huge comfort and invaluable….”