How do I join?

You can contact us on the contact us page, call or email us.
We usually arrange a suitable time to have a virtual home visit with you to discuss you joining and give you more details about us.

How can I make a referral for someone I support?

If you contact us via email you can refer your son/daughter or client.
Please make sure you have their permission to do so.

Are staff and volunteers criminal records checked?

All our staff have an enhanced DBS.

Can I get transport?

The session cost can include transport if there are places available and you are within our locality. Outlying areas may incur additional transport costs. Currently due to Covid-19 restrictions we are unable to offer transport.

Do I need my own support worker?

You do not need to bring additional support with you, we assess your needs before you join and together we plan the best way to support you.

Do you have a centre you meet at?

Yes we do, and due to current restrictions we can run groups with up to 15 members only. As restrictions lift, we will be running more groups out in the community and continue to deliver groups in our building and online.

How much does it cost?

Our current costs are £45 a session, unless stated differently on our booking form. You can self fund, or if you have an assessed need you can access social care funding.

What activities do you do?

All our activities for the social group sessions are usually suggested by our members. We facilitate the sessions. You can check our Facebook page for our latest sessions, which have includes sporting activities, shows, music, hobbies, meals, cinema, karaoke, museums, theme parks, etc. Once you’ve joined, you will be added as a member, where you will have access to all the activities in our members area on our website.

What age do you go up to?

We start at 18 and don’t have an upper age limit. However most of our members are in their 20’s and 30’s.

What days are you open?

We run our groups every Monday to Friday evening and alternate Sundays.

” I love to come to the social support groups, I get to see my friends and hang out with them. They understand me and help me feel like I belong”- Dan