What we do at Rainbow

We inspire and motivate

At The Rainbow Centre we inspire and support children with Cerebral Palsy and adults with a stroke, MS and Parkinson’s, adult Cerebral Palsy, Head Injury and their families. Through a system of learning called Conductive Education we encourage and teach our children/participants to take an active role in their own development. Our children/participants learn new ways to become active and happy individuals who are proud of their own achievements and ready for life’s challenges. We focus on what you CAN DO and inspire all children/participants reach their full potential.



Supporters SPARKLE for The Rainbow Centre

The theme was Silver and Sparkle as a Rainbow celebrated the end of our 25th Anniversary year in style. The Rainbow Centre hosted its Silver ...

Runners for RAINBOW dig deep and raise vital funds for the centre

IMG_5859The Rainbow Centre, in Fareham, has thanked all the Great South Run participants, particularly the 32 people that chose to run for them.

Runners of the ...

Star of the Week



I was able to take continuous steps for about 3 metres with the help of mummy and Nora.


Wat people say about us

“The Rainbow Centre, for me, was a huge learning curve. I was exposed to an entirely new concept called Conductive Education and feel that everyone should be aware of it! The staff really understand their service users and take an individual approach with them all. They make adults feel comfortable and (from what I witnessed) empowered, and motivate the children so well that their tasks do not feel at all a burden. It is a positive, educative, welcoming Centre and I have thoroughly enjoyed my two weeks’ placement here”.

- Sammi Stoyles, Work Experience Placement

"When Blair was a baby doctors held out no hope for him 'He will never be independent or WALK!' Well done Rainbow - We Did It! Blair has such a bright and independent future, I really wish more parents with children with cerebral palsy knew about Rainbow."

- Seymone - Blair's Mum

"We were told to prepare for a wheelchair - Patrick is now walking with two sticks"

- Patrick's family