Buzz Hub St Helens CDP


At St Helens CDP we recognise that a learning disability should not exclude people from society or limit their opportunity to live a meaningful and fulfilling life. We know that people with learning disabilities want the same things out of life as everyone else – to have relationships, engage in meaningful and fulfilling activities that enhance skill’s, potential and wellbeing.

We believe that the care and support we provide should be organised and provided in a way that:

* Enables people to develop skills and enhances independence

* Stimulates innovation, creativity and engagement

* Facilities supportive relationships

* Engages people in their community

At CDP we believe that social care should never be boring, it’s about enabling people to lead happy, independent and active lives in a safe and supportive environment


St Helens CDP provides personalised care and support, in the form of daytime sessions, evening sessions, holidays and short breaks.

Day Support

Our day support activity programme enables people to access a variety of interesting and stimulating activities such as: Film making, radio, drama, music, woodwork, printing, arts and crafts, sports, cookery and much more.

Social and Leisure

Our social and leisure activity programme provides people with the opportunity to socialise with their friends and facilitates independence and self confidence. Activities including: Disco’s, Meal out, theatre shows, ten pin bowling and cinema evenings.

Short Breaks

At CDP we recognise the important role that informal carers play and the sacrifices that they make. Our short breaks aim to provide carers with a break from their caring role, and enable them to have time to themselves and do something that they want to do safe in the knowledge that the person they care for is happy, safe and supported.

How to Access

Referral via a Care Manager or Self Referral if a Care Package is in place.

Type of Organisation

Local charity (no. 1147286)


Nuttall House, Cliffton Street, WA10 1EX