Our Day Opportunities programme offers creative daytime opportunities that are designed around individual needs and interests, promoting personal, social, independent and work skills.

Our passionate staff team are dedicated to inspiring and engaging people to learn new skills, take positive risks, and have fun! We focus on independent living skills, social interaction, healthy living, community involvement, and therapeutic interventions. Our ultimate goal is to help individuals achieve their aspirations, be happy, and enjoy purposeful activities.

The service is based in Thorne near Doncaster and is aimed at adults aged 18+ with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions. We can help re-establish routines, reduce social isolation, increase independence and confidence.

Develop personal, social, independent and work skills

We work closely with the individuals we support to create sessions and activities. With a strong emphasis on personal growth and development, we develop a person centred plan centred around their their goals and aspirations. We are here to help people achieve these goals, and create new ones!

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Developing Life Skills
Cooking, preparation, healthy eating, socialising, using public transport, being out in the community and using money.

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Sensory Workshops
Use of our Sensory rooms, exploring senses, holistic therapies, relaxation, yoga, tai chi and sensory sessions with a holistic therapist.

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Learning about the safe use of tools, planting and harvesting.

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Using specialist machinery equipment in our workshp to restore and craft furniture items.

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Health and Wellbeing
Sessions in the specialist Autism Plus gym with qualified fitness instructors, swimming, local discovery walks, cycling, outdoor sports, nutritional educational and basic human biology.

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Creative Activities
Singing, Drama and music sessions.

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"People's care and support was exceptionally personalised and this meant that people were at the centre of their care. We saw evidence that people's care and support was planned and reviewed with them." - CQC Report 2018

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