SWALLOW, a charity providing user-led support for teenagers and adults with learning disabilities. 

SWALLOW responds to individual needs by providing flexible support to its members.  SWALLOW is based in Bath and North East Somerset and aims to enable teenagers and adults with learning disabilities to live as independently as they wish.
During the coronavirus pandemic we are committed to protecting the individuals we support as well as the staff who provide that essential support. There has been some disruption to our normal service provision and the situation is constantly changing please see the 'Coronavirus' page for further updates.

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Who we are 

All our services are influenced by what are members tell us they need and want to achieve. That could be support in the community, learn skills required to live independently or training for employment. Everything we do focuses on helping the people we support live life to the fullest through user-led support. 

Below is a short video showing the support we offer:

Forget-me-not By SWALLOW

Welcome to our online shop

All products available to buy are handmade by our members as part of the Work Skills Enterprise Scheme. ​​​​​​​
As these products are hand made there maybe a limited number of some of our products available to buy.
We’ve tried to make navigating our range as easy as possible and we hope that you enjoy the products as much as members enjoy making them.
Thank you for your support

Forget-me-not Online Shop
Forget-me-not By SWALLOW

Latest News

Providing up to date information on news and events, as well as insights into the day to day work that takes place at SWALLOW. 

Partnership Working 

We believe that working together makes us stronger. We recognise the ever changing Social Care environment has to work harder and more collaboratively than ever to sustain itself. We constantly look at new ways of delivering support, and developing our workforce, so we can ensure that we offer the best possible service.

We are in search of potential partners who want to explore collaborative working opportunities, share experiences and expertise so we can continue to promote inclusion within our society.

If you’re interested in broadening your network and working in partnership please get in contact.

Contact Us

Download our latest Newsletter here 

October Newsletter Summer Newsletter 2021