News from Respect for All

Funding for Rochdale

Date of article: 
Wednesday, March 25, 2015

We have been successful in being granted funding for our work from Rochdale, Heywood, and Middleton NHS Clinical Commissioning Group. This is our third year of funding and will enable us to continue our counselling service and strengthen our links working with other organisations in the borough to improve the lives of our clients and their families.

Sponsored Walk

Date of article: 
Monday, February 9, 2015

One of our counsellors has recently completed a sponsored walk to raise much needed funds for Respect for All. A big thank you, £94 was raised.

Help us to raise funds an easy way

Date of article: 
Sunday, January 6, 2013

Easyfundraising is the easiest way to raise money for Respect For All. Shop with any of over 2000 well known retailers listed on and a percentage of what you spend is passed to Respect For All at no additional cost to you. Retailers include Amazon, M&S, Vodafone, eBay, Tesco, Viking, and many more. Please register to support us today at

New web site for Respect for All

Date of article: 
Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The counselling charity have commissioned a new web site to help promote their work amongst young people. The site includes links to Twitter and Youtube in an attempt to spread the message about the work of the Charity amongst their target audience. Respect for All works with people with mild-severe learning disabilities, people on the autism spectrum, including Asperger's Syndrome, and their parents and carers.

They help with a wide range of issues including: bereavement and loss, abuse - mental, physical, sexual - past and present, domestic violence, low self-esteem, depression, dealing with anger, relationship issues, caring/being a carer (both learning-disabled carers and others), diagnosis of and living with Asperger's, life transitions, sexuality, ill health and disability, drugs and alcohol, impact of crime, and other issues.

The new website is designed to be accessible on all smart phones and mobile devices as well as traditional computers. It places a high priority on accessibility for people with visual impairment and reading difficulties.


Call us on 0161 532 4070 or email us at