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SEND is a new adult day service that is aimed at adults (16+) with mild to moderate learning difficulties. SEND is an activity day which takes place in the heart of Barry, RCT, Tonteg and Pontypridd Trehafod. In recent years there has been a shift towards encouraging adults to access work and volunteer placements. Therefore, this day opportunity includes work and independent living activities enabling service users to gain the skills needed, to help towards this transition.At SEND you will continue your studies in English and Maths which is important to help you progress in the wider community. You will also take part in a variety of activities every week and these include: independent living skills, work life projects, healthy living and cooking projects, film studies (with free popcorn) and educational quizzes and games.SEND is a great place to meet like-minded individuals, where you can socialise in a relaxed and fun environment.
DUE TO COVID-19 THIS SERVICE MAY NOT BE OPERATING AS NORMAL. PLEASE CONTACT FOR FURTHER DETAILS.Adults from 16+ up to 65 years old. Any adult who left College/education can join our service.
Yes - Funding is usually arranged through Social Services or we can help you access Direct Payments to fund your place with us. Please enquire free of charge and we can help you access our service.
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