To provide social and recreational activities for people with learning disabilities and / or autism, aiming to improve their health and well-being, and support them to lead more independent lives.
To live in a society where people with learning disabilities and / or autism are treated equally, given respect, recognised for their achievements and welcomed everywhere in the community.
Staying connected, keeping active, finding friendship, being creative and being recognised are all part of a happy and healthy life. We strive to prevent our members from being isolated and enable them to keep in touch with their friends.
Our core values are Respect, Dignity, Health, Happiness, Inclusion and Recognition.
These values are embedded in the four themes we build on to achieve our objectives and our Vision.
- We respect all our members, staff and volunteers as individuals. We respect their choices, beliefs and values and uphold their Human Rights.
- We strive to improve the health and happiness of our members, staff and volunteers in everything we do. Our activities are designed to improve physical and mental health and promote healthy lifestyles.
- We listen to and inform our members. We listen to what they want and involve them in future planning. We communicate with them in ways they understand, adhering to the Accessible Information Standard, and provide any communication support they need.
- We recognise and reward achievement. We promote the charity in the public domain and highlight the successes and achievements of our members and volunteers. We reward individual and group success.
Our Charitable Objects
To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society through the provision of recreational and leisure activities and support to live a more independent life.