Reach exists to offer people with learning disabilities in Nottinghamshire the tools and opportunities they need to lead more fulfilled lives.
We support people with a wide range of needs. Our clients range in age from 18 to 60+ years, many have physical disabilities and/or underlying health conditions. Many have difficulties with social and communications skills. We strive to offer a person-centred approach to support, whether our clients are living independently in supported accommodation or at home with family. We do this:
- through our four centres where we offer opportunities to learn skills and to make friends
- through Reach Care, our domiciliary care support agency, that provides one-to-one care support in the community
- by offering socials and holidays which give people the opportunity to experience new places and activities, and of course relax with friends.
Together, our services offer people with learning disabilities the chance to gain new skills, boost self-esteem and confidence, and feel fitter and healthier. Everything we do creates opportunities to expand their social network and be more part of community life.
Find out more about some of our clients and their personal stories, and how they use and enjoy Reach services in Southwell, Newark and Mansfield and Flower Pod; and now at the Reach Cafe in Balderton.