Supported volunteering programme for disabled adults - Kingsley Organisation
Kingsley Organisation supports disabled adults and provides opportunities for personal development, education, training and independence.
We do this through the provision of person centred day opportunities. We offer learning activities and training, enabling people to achieve their personal goals, along with counselling and emotional support. We also provide volunteering placements and training in work and employment skills.
Kingsley Organisation have developed a Supported Volunteering Programme, which acknowledges individual need, whilst at the same time providing a variety of opportunities for personal and skill development.
The programme enables disabled people to participate in a team of volunteers. Taking part in a variety of tasks and activities such as working in the shop and Post Office, working on reception, administration work, housekeeping, gardening, maintenance and listening and supporting people in the Chainreaction services. Through this programme Kingsley aim to provide a “World of Work” experience.
Kingsley believe volunteering is an ideal challenge and that working with support from staff and other volunteers builds self-confidence, skills and experience.
The programme provides training and personal support along with regular mentoring and team meetings.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Emmanuel Methodist Church
448, Oxford Road
- RG30 1EE
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