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

Guild Wheel Walk to raise funds for Rainbow House

A Guild Wheel walk organised by Chris Pilkington from Penwortham will raise funds for Rainbow House and two other local charities, St Catherine’s Hospice and Derian House. T ...

Hesketh Bank Accountants raise over £1,500

TLL Accountants from Hesketh Bank, Preston has raised over £1,500 for Rainbow House, their charity of the year.  Staff at the firm undertook the amazing personal challenges ...

A £10,000 Merry Christmas for Rainbow House
A £10,000 Christmas grant from Blackpool based Kentown Wizard Foundation has been awarded to Rainbow House to benefit children and young people with physical and neurological disabilities. The Chr ...