What We Do

 

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Our team are able to draw upon a range of skills and approaches that are based on experience that includes:

  • Working with vulnerable adults, including those with mental health issues, challenges, and those who do not currently have a timetable that meets their complex needs.
  • Providing musical support, teaching people with a range of needs to play a guitar, adapting instruments to suit an individual, or using music technology and other instruments and equipment to create sounds together

Delivering further education by qualified tutors and therapists, such as social skills, art, media and drama, poetry and song-writing to name a few

  • Developing person-centred media work, such as a film, an animated PowerPoint for a person-centred plan or communication for positive reinforcement
  • Accompanying individuals to build a meaningful timetable in the community
  • Working alongside a service provider with any of the above to share strategies and give guidance, in order that the activity can eventually be continued without our support
  • Representing people with creative talents (artists, musicians/actors) etc. to publicise and sell their work and/or ideas

One to One support and Group Activities:

Both with our one-to-one support and our group activities we share and develop creative approaches to enabling (or ‘re-enabling’) people to develop their independence, self-esteem and overall potential