The aims of our sessions for the older adults are to develop a sense of independence, create a fun social environment, increase self-esteem and decrease falls.
We currently work with older adults who live with Dementia, Alzheimers, Parkinsons disease, individuals who have had a stroke and those who are visually impaired.
Well-being is promoted through sessions such as movement to music; where each individual is supported in working at their own comfort level.
Regular physical activity is one of the most important thing you can do for your health It can prevent many of the health problems that seem to come with age.
Regular, moderate physical activity can help manage stress and improve your mood , and being active on a regular basis can help reduce feeling of being depressed.
Exercise is an effective treatment for many chronic conditions. For example people with arthritis, heart disease or diabetes benefit from regular exercise. Exercise can also help with high blood pressure, balance problems or difficulty walking
Learning and Physical Disabilities
The aims of our sessions for those with Learning Disabilities are to create a fun learning environment whilst getting the many benefits of exercise.
We currently work with adults who live with mental health conditions such as, schizophrenia, autism, aspergers, downs syndrome, challenging behaviour, visual impairment and physical and learning disabilities.
Well-being is promoted through sessions such as dance, where each individual is supported in working at their own comfort level, whether fully mobile or wheelchair bound.
We work with a large range of people with learning disabilities, such as, Autism, Aspergers, Down Syndrome, Challenging behaviour, Visual impairment and physical learning disabilities.
Delivering fun energetic exercise can help stimulate the mind help to interactive with others, increase appetite levels for those what will benefit from weight gain , burn calories for weight loss, and maintaining healthy lifestyles.
We work with the mentality of "No mater your age or ability" We assist our service users with physical disabilities to ensure they too start to have the same way of thinking.
We always strive to work using a person centred approach, acknowledging that we are all individual with individual needs.