The Rose Road Association provides vital services for over 400 children and young people with severe physical disabilities, learning difficulties and/or autism from across Hampshire. They offer overnight short breaks, a community outreach service providing one to one support, as well as after-school and holiday activity schemes, Saturday clubs and Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Services.

At the heart of their operations is the Bradbury Centre which is a nurturing and safe home-from-home for children and young people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) and their extended families. At the Bradbury centre they also offer 24 hour respite care and a range of activities to suit the tastes and abilities of the children and young adults in our care. This respite care gives families the chance to regroup, to relax and to rebalance family life

Did you know...

The Rose Road Association began in 1952 when a small group of parents fed up with getting no services or education for their disabled children started to run activities for a small group of young people.

What makes Rose Road Association different

They are the only respite centre in the area that provides respite care for disabled children AND adults

Other ways to support

Spread the word about what they do, attend their community events and follow them on social media


300 Aldermoor Road, Bradbury Centre
SO16 5NA

Contact Number

02380 721213