Life Works - Breaking The Barrier - For Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities
Lifeworks was established in 1996 by a group of parents and teachers who were determined to make a difference to the lives of families with learning disabled children.The charity now delivers a wide range of programmes and services, including residential and respite care, further education, life skills training, youth clubs and sport and leisure events.The charity is constantly looking for new ways to expand the education, training and recreational opportunities it offers.
Specific Needs Club at Exmouth Young People's Centre
This is a club that is open to any young person aged between 11-25 who has any special needs/physical or learning difficulties. Lots of fun activities are available, such as Ninendo Wii, pool, table tennis, cooking, computers, music, games, Karaoke and lots more! The club is open every Tuesday 7pm-9pm (apart from most school holidays) at the Exmouth Young Peoples Centre (The Hive), Imperial Road, Exmouth.
Magic Carpet Arts for Health
This is a group that uses visual arts, drama and music to support people with learning disabilities to develop and grow. There is a Honiton group, which is based at Dunning Court Community Room, behind the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, EX14 1FQ.