Offering a full range of wellbeing activities, training, workshops and socialising. See download below for what’s on.
Meeting places & support
A directory of support groups and meetings, regular events and courses brought to you by businesses that share our Vision; “to enable people affected by disabilities to exercise choice and control, to live independent lives, and to actively participate in society”.
Offering a range of activities from wellbeing groups, training, workshops and social activities.
A support group offering advice, talks, advocacy and social opportunities to those with skin conditions, family and carers brought to you by dermatology patients.
Drop-in sessions for Autistic persons and their carers. If you would like to come along and discuss what matters to you then please drop-in and talk to the team about how ASD affects you and your family. Dates and times can be found in the attached document: Autism Support Autumn Drop In session – Gwent […]
Alzheimers Society – Learning Disability & Dementia 12 month innovation funded project The aim is the raise awareness and increase understanding of dementia and people living with learning disability Explore ways to help sustain and maintain chosen lifestyle, wherever home is. Support planning for changes that become necessary while it is easier for the person […]
Social group who have a range of social occasions in their programme to offer support, information. Meetings take place on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm light refreshments are provided. Please click on download for further information.
Lets Talk are hosting peer support groups for people experiencing mental health problems for them and their carers. Tea and cake are provided Come along, chat, make new friends and learn new things. ***2pm-4pm EVERY 2nd WEDNESDAY of the month**** For further information please call 01633 288440 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Please click on download.
Dewis Centre for Independent Living are providing a free of charge advocacy service for adults aged 18 and over (or 16 and over in transition) who are ordinarily resident in the ABUHB area who: Have a mental health issue Are at risk of developing a mental health issue Are caring for someone with a mental […]