On Track – a day service for people with learning disabilities and autism in Hampshire
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.
Our dedicated staff team provide a safe, relaxed and friendly place for you to meet people, socialise and build friendships and personal skills. We will regularly review the support we give you to make sure your needs are fully met, and you are getting involved with the activities that interest you.
On Track is situated in the peaceful town of Petersfield, Hampshire. It is a large, bright centre, with excellent facilities and is in walking distance of the town centre, train station and bus services. This service also has two multipurpose busses for easy access into the local community or for pick ups from home.
On Track’s drama productions
Drama is always a popular activity at On Track, and each year the Performing Arts Group create several themed productions. One such show, called ‘Through the decades’, took place in the local school’s theatre. The show featured performances of well known songs from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Everyone had been rehearsing for months, and it paid off! The night was completely sold out and a huge success. The production team and performers even got a standing ovation!
On Track has excellent facilities to cater for the wide range of activities available. The centre has rooms for needlecraft, art and personal care, as well as independent skills and communication practice. There is also a training kitchen, music room, sensory room, central cafe and IT room.
We will encourage and support you to get out into the surrounding area, and we provide transport for easy access into the local community. We also offer a Rural Skills Project in East Meon, just a short drive from the centre. This project can offer support for you each weekday to learn new outdoor skills, including horticulture, woodcrafts, planting and grounds maintenance.