FitzRoy Connect is a brand-new day service offering day and community support in Coventry for people with learning disabilities and autism.
The Maltings offers day and community support in the heart of Fakenham in Norfolk. Located in a beautiful former malt house, the centre is fully accessible for wheelchair users. Our dedicated staff team are enthusiastic and will encourage and support you to make the most of your local community and get involved with the things that interest you.
On Track in Petersfield offers day and community support in a fun and relaxed environment. There are lots of activities including sport, IT, drama, cooking, sensory, education, art, design, and rural skills. Our dedicated team can also help you with personal development, communication practice, budgeting and money management, and independent living skills.
FitzRoy’s Rural Skills Project supports people with learning disabilities to develop confidence, skills and a sense of wellbeing by working in a rural setting. The current rural skills project opened in 2011 and is located at the Sustainability Centre in East Meon, near Petersfield. Up to 12 adults can attend each day, learning how to cultivate herbs, fruit and vegetables which are sold to the public. If you choose to join our rural skills team we will help you to learn how to maintain the grounds, get involved in woodcraft and grow patio pot plants and hanging baskets. All proceeds go straight back into the project.
Pursue a passion, get creative, keep fit at our service in Waterlooville. The emphasis is on life-long learning, and everyone who joins us is inspired to learn new skills, cultivate independence, and have lots of fun. We run a range of classes to help develop essential skills such as managing your money, getting the most out of computers, learning the art of cooking. We are flexible and if there is a course you’d like and we don’t already have it we’ll try and make it happen. With social events in the evenings and weekends, there is a lot going on for everyone.