Choices Day Opportunities
Choices Day Opportunities
Choices have been using Wallace House as a community base since 2006. They are a user-led service providing day opportunities for people with a learning disability. Choices encourages many skills including social activities, life skills, sport, swimming, art and craft, trips out, and cooking. It is also a meeting place where friendships are formed and new experiences are gained. They are in the centre of town in a safe and happy environment.
Working World Evesham is a training centre for people with a learning disability who need a little extra support getting into the workplace. They currently support over 30 clients, aged between 19 and 53 years old. Some of their clients go on to work for other local employers, some combine a part time job with coming to Working World, some just love to participate at Working World. In addition to the work activities, they provide a range of social activities for clients, their families and their carers. These include evening entertainments, trips to the gym and swimming sessions, outings and an annual residential holiday. To arrange an interview, visit their website https://workingworld.org.uk/index.php or telephone Helen on 07966 922 223 or 01386 870 130
Up4Sport runs during the school holidays and provides fun activity days for children and young people aged 4 - 13. Luke and his amazing team offer a huge range of different games and sports activities as well as arts and crafts and a chill out area from 8:30am - 4 pm. For more details check out their website at http://www.up4sport.co.uk/ or find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Up4SportCamps/
You Turn Project
Delivers positive activities for young people as well as mentoring, youth support and work experience. They have a Youth Cafe and offer drop in sessions for young people helping them to gain experience and qualifications through OCN and ASDAN. Check out their website at https://youturncentre.wixsite.com/youturncentre
Friday Night Youth Club
For 9yrs to 12yrs, 6pm till 7:30pm. A drop in youth club every Friday night in term time offering activities, sports, trips out and wellbeing workshops run by friendly, experienced staff and volunteers. Activities so far have included cookery club, street dance and karate lessons, healthy eating sessions and moodbusters wellbeing workshops. There's pool, air hockey and a football table as well as Free Food Fridays. We never know what will be on offer but there's always something to eat for free (so far it's been sausage rolls, toasties, sandwiches, pasta bake, toast with a choice of toppings, fruit smoothies) so if you haven't had time for dinner before Youth Club, we've got you covered!