There are plenty of activities, groups and services for people with learning disabilities in Bath and North East Somerset. Whether it’s learning a new skill, meeting up with other people, talking about a problem or finding out some information that you need, getting out and about is a great way to keep you physically and mentally healthy.

Arts activities like drama, dance, art and music can often be therapeutic and enjoyable for people with learning disabilities. They can also increase independence, autonomy and self-esteem.

Exercise is a great way to stay healthy and socialise. There are some specialist facilities and classes on offer for people with learning disabilities including gardening and cycling.

If you have not yet talked to someone about your needs, find out how to get information and advice about care and support.

Well Aware

Wellbeing Options supports people in Bath and North East Somerset to live full and independent lives. Here you will find information about local care providers, services and activities, along with links to other useful websites and resources 

If you struggle to get around without support, don’t let that stop you from getting out and about. Find out about the transport schemes on offer if you find it hard to get around and use public transport.

If you have not yet spoken to anyone about your care and support needs, find out more about learning disabilities and how to get support.

Find the information or support you are looking for on Wellbeing Options - a website containing lots of useful information about local care providers, clubs, services and activities, along with links to other useful websites and resources.

Find out about cycling activities for people with differing needs at Odd Down Cycling Circuit Bath. Tel. 01225 396433

Find out about a gardening training programme for adults with different abilities.

Sirona provides services for people with learning disabilities as well as support for independent living. 

 

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