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The Warwickshire Wellbeing Service provides advice, information, support and workshops to adults with Learning Disabilities within South Warwickshire.
The service is run by Turning Point and supports adults with Learning Disabilities to make positive changes to lead more independent lives.
Our main aims are to:
• Increase emotional wellbeing - By using tools such as Warwickshire’s 5 Ways to Wellbeing, our goal is to develop confidence to cope with life’s challenges and difficulties; we can also signpost to Mental Health services where needed.
• Improve the lives of customers within the community- We help to provide opportunities for customers to connect with others, to reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness; and encourage people to take part in their local community. We aim to support individuals to resolve issues that impact on their wellbeing, such as finance, benefits or housing. We offer support with making meaningful links with relevant local agencies.
• Support people into pre vocational opportunities and employment- We work in partnership with local organisations to provide up to date information regarding pre-vocational opportunities. Whilst being signposted to relevant organisations, individuals will have the chance to attend workshops provided by the Wellbeing Service to develop the skills and confidence for future employment.
• Improve the physical health of our customers - We work with individuals to ensure they have a good understanding of the importance of looking after their physical health and how it relates to their overall wellbeing. We support people to make meaningful contact, or attend health appointments, with health providers where needed. We support individuals to take actions to improve their physical health, such as health checks and support people to overcome barriers related to health services.
Advice & information Service which provides 1-1 sessions as well as workshops
Adults with Learning Disabilities
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