Camp Mohawk is a multi-functional day centre for children with special needs and their families, set in 5 acres of beautiful countryside, just outside Wargrave, Berkshire. Throughout the year the centre provides a range of activities, facilities and natural space to encourage children with a variety of special needs to play, socialise and learn in a secure and caring environment.
For general enquiries please contact: Annabel Hill, Centre Manager
The Chiltern Centre is a registered charity for disabled people. We provide a broad range of services to parents and professionals involved in the care and provision of services to children with disabilities.
Our years of experience and expertise provide unparalleled levels of service which have been widely acknowledged through Ofsted. We have been awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service in recognition of our tireless pursuit of excellence in care.
We work with parents of children that have a wide spectrum of disabilities; from cerebral palsy to autistic spectrum disorder. We provide a caring and nurturing environment to help children with complex health needs.
Ronald McDonald House Oxford
Ronald McDonald House Oxford is a free ‘home from home’ for families with seriously ill children being treated in the John Radcliffe Children’s Hospital. Our families come to us from Oxfordshire, its surrounding counties including Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Wiltshire and at times from all over the UK to receive specialist care in the Children’s Hospital. Families can stay with us, free of charge, for as long as their child is being treated, whether that is for a couple of days or for years.
On the top floor of the Children’s Hospital just above the wards, Ronald McDonald House Oxford has 17 bedrooms, two kitchens, a playroom and a laundry for the families of sick children being treated at the John Radcliffe. For nearly 10 years, the Ronald McDonald House has offered a familiar, homely environment like no other Charity does, providing a strong sense of normality during a time of severe stress. Our families often describe the House as a safe haven, strengthening their family stability, mental wellbeing, resolve, and ability to support their child in Hospital.
As an independent Charity, we rely on the support of the families who have stayed with us, charitable donations from the community and partnerships with businesses to help raise the £260,000 annual running costs.