One of the big
challenges facing people with learning disabilities or autism, living in the community, is finding a way to be part of that community.
The community can be unpredictable and unnerving if you have difficulties processing sensory input.
Most of the simple things like going to a café or visiting a sports centre can be overwhelming and could tip someone into such a state of sensory confusion that all pleasure from the activity is
Bird Aid invites
people to meet each week in a safe environment in a rural area of Hailsham
Our Team build trusting relationships by using Intensive Interaction in a tailored way to support
their engagement and connections with others. In doing this, we aim to make an unpredictable environment more predictable, whilst also gently extending their personal boundaries. Bird Aid
offers a chance for people to ‘find their feet’ out of their safe home environment and the opportunity to become more aware of other people and develop relationships and friendships with people they
wouldn’t normally meet. We see it as a step in the journey towards being able to safely and confidently access the opportunities the community offers all of us.
Supporting them to explore communication and sociability with our team
and with each other. Whilst partaking in gull and other animal welfare activities If you have a PA/Carer please bring them to support you (if required) and arrange their own transport. If you do not
have Adult Social Care support but feel this is something you may need then we are happy to discuss. If you are interested please contact Ian on 01323655396 or email firstname.lastname@example.org