Learning Disability Week 2019
It’s Learning Disability Week 2019 (17 – 23 June 2019). #LDWeek2019 promotes awareness of sport and inclusion:
“Sport and physical activity can reduce loneliness and isolation. Benefits for people with and without a learning disability include improved health and wellbeing, empowerment and greater social inclusion. Iconic Steps created this video featuring the Mencap running group to show the benefits of sport and how it promotes inclusion.” – MENCAP
Our team at Dynamiq are so proud to work with and support some amazing charities that offer life changing support to people with learning disabilities across the UK. We are completely in awe of these charities, their wonderful staff, volunteers and the work they do.
Wokingham and Bracknell Districts Mencap
Visit the website: www.wokinghambracknellmencap.org/
A local charity delivering on the promise that all people matter.
WBDM are the ‘voice of learning disability’ in the Wokingham and Bracknell Forest Borough areas. They are an independent local registered charity supporting over 1200 adults and children with learning disabilities and/or an autism spectrum condition (ASC), their parent carers and their families. WBDM provide a range of services including information, carer and family support, activities for children and adults with learning disabilities, siblings’ support, activities for adults with autism, activities for carers as well as campaigning on local and national issues.
To find out more about the different ways that you can get involved and make a positive contribution, check out the website or give WBDM a call on 0300 777 8539.
We have some exciting news incoming about our work with Wokingham and Bracknell Districts Mencap – watch this space and find out more on 01 July 2019…
Louie’s Helping Hands/The Llewellyn School – Margate
Louie’s Helping Hands aims to help improve the lives and futures of children, aged 2-11 living in Kent and the South East with multi-sensory impairments and physical difficulties. We provide life changing support – for them and their families – ensuring that the children achieve a meaningful quality of life and can aim for brighter futures based on improved physical, emotional, social and communication abilities.
The Llewellyn School and Nursery’s mission is to provide a high quality, holistic, therapeutic, effective and meaningful educational experience for all of it’s pupils.
LSN will inspire a passion for learning and celebrate the success and achievement of all of our pupils who are: deaf; have communication difficulties; have additional needs and have a wide range of disabilities/abilities associated with these.
Find out more about how you can support this inspirational cause by visiting the website(s) or emailing; firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the website: http://www.greatwoodcharity.org/
Greatwood are first organisation of their type that rehabilitates former racehorses, giving them fresh purpose in helping to educate disadvantaged children and young adults with Special Educational Needs (SEN).
You can find out more and share some love and support by visiting the website www.greatwoodcharity.org
Learning Disability is something we’re particularly passionate about at Dynamiq. In fact, our Managing Director, Rob spent a year working with SEN children about 500-years ago as part of his post graduate year while Director, Lisa is a former Primary School Head Teacher.