Our focus is to enable adults with learning disabilities to live life to the full with the choices and independence that they want. We promote self development, friendship, self confidence, creativity and learning. We also like to have fun!
We have a range of weekly and monthly activities and we provide advocacy, information, safeguarding and skills workshops.
We respect and promote the rights of people with a learning disability and their families to speak up on issues both locally and nationally. We aim to raise awareness, change attitudes and influence policy.
STAYING IN TOUCH DURING CORONAVIRUS
Although we can’t meet up face-to-face the good news is we are keeping all our regular social groups and we are now getting together on-line. Please visit our What’s On page for all the details of how to join us.
We are continuing to help and stay in touch by phone and through social media. Please contact us on 01962 600281, 07949 093341 or 07534 838102 and leave a message. If you would like to join our groups please call us or email email@example.com.
We’re looking for ways that our supporters can help raise money for us through sponsored challenges during lockdown. How about something exercise based like a sponsored walk round the garden or a Remote Pub Quiz night using FaceTime? We’d love to hear your ideas.
Staff are committed to continuing the vital work that Winchester Go LD does at a time where our members need it the most – support for social isolation, healthy living, loneliness, exercise, companionship, reassurance. Any fundraising or donations we can get really helps – however big or small.
Donations can be made here. Your funding can really make a difference.
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