Holibreak+

Are you a carer or a disabled person? Would you like the choice of a variety of day trips, accessible holidays, and activities?

Equality Together is excited to announce our fantastic new venture, HoliBreak+.

Many people aren’t aware that they are able to use their respite money for a holiday as an alternative to staying in a care home.

Whether you enjoy a leisurely long weekend on a canal barge, a sun-filled holiday of relaxation, or an action-packed skiing adventure, this venture will have something for you.

HoliBreak+ offers the choice to take the break you want with the accessibility you need. It’s not just holidays we offer. We’ve also got activities and day trips, there really is something for everyone.

If you’d like to know more and be kept up to date with our latest offers, follow us on Facebook, or give us a call.

We all need a little Me Time.. Let us help you make it memorable.

Plan now to look forward to a brighter future!

For Disabled People and Carers

This venture is for disabled people and carers and is available for anyone in receipt of a personal budget or NHS Continuing Care budget with an amount built-in for Respite Care, or a self-funder.

If you are not in receipt of either of those budgets, please phone Equality Together 01274 594173 (option 6) we will tell you how you can apply.

  • If you are a self-funder, we can still help. For those that can self-fund, we can offer a bespoke service to find the ideal holiday for your needs.
  • If you need full care there are holiday companies that can provide this.
  • If you receive either of the above budgets, you can use your respite money to have an actual holiday instead of going to a care home for a break.
  • If you are a carer and have had a carers assessment and been awarded carer’s respite money, you can use the money to go with the cared for, or, you can go on holiday without the cared for whilst they are on respite/holiday!
in a boat on the water

Alternative to Respite

We have a substantial list of accessible holiday suppliers, insurance companies, and care providers, many of whom are tried and tested.

Take a look at the listings on our website or give us a call and we can talk through your options with you.

We arrange day trips and activities for disabled people and carers. There will be a small charge to cover the wheelchair accessible coach, lunch, and admission fees.

These trips/activities may include garden centres, accessible canal boat trips on the Leeds/Liverpool canal, afternoon teas, shopping trips, seaside trips, etc.

These can be booked online or by speaking to the team.

We also have up to date information about local activities such as swimming, gyms and walking clubs.

holiday projects available to disabled people in the bradford area
holiday projects for disabled people and carers in the bradford district