Think, Feel, Belong has been created for people with learning disabilities and/or autism who have wellbeing and/or mental health needs, are socially isolated, at risk of crisis, or are otherwise vulnerable. The project includes:
This is a fun social group to increase a person’s support network. Each week there will be the opportunity to take part in 30 minute mini-workshops in self-advocacy skills, mindfulness, relationships and emotional literacy skills, keeping safe in the community, confidence building and more. Drop-in sessions take place every Monday (except bank holidays), from 1.15 pm until 3.15 pm, at The Lounge, Salvation Army, Anstey Road, Reading RG1 7JR.
Time to talk
Weekly phone sessions available for checking-in, emotional support and signposting.
To make a referral or for more information, please contact Hayley Pratley-McGill, Project Worker on 01494 434448 / 07419 989012 / Hayley.firstname.lastname@example.org