Monthly Archives: April 2015

TAKING LEARNING DISABILITY TO THE BALLOT BOX

April 23rd, 2015 (No Comments)

We’re taking democratic rights very seriously and ensuring service users, many of which have autism, access the Ballot Box next month during the elections. Our service users have very real concerns about the decisions that affect them made at a local and national government level. From the judicial process, to hate crime, local policing, health […]

Enjoying a day out at the horses is all part of autism care plan

April 9th, 2015 (No Comments)

As part of our personalised autism care plans we provide opportunities that will build the confidence of our service users and recently booked a Horse Riding session at a local riding school in Gilberdyke called Oxmadyke Equestrain Centre to aid this. The session went really with good feeback from service users, Dawn, Pamela, Mark and […]