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Accessible activities are back on What To Do!

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Delivering Best Lives Possible

We’re proud to unveil our very own showcase of the power of social care. This film celebrates what makes our charity so special – the people we support, and the people who support them – and our unwavering dedication to delivering the Best Lives Possible every day.

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We're proud to be one of Britain's most successful social care charities. Learn more about who we are and makes us tick.

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Hours of high quality care & support delivered each year

What To Do

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Brilliant daily accessible activities

Our accessible, inclusive activities channel, What To Do, is back! Our vision is to enable people to lead the Best Life Possible. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn, discover new skills, have fun, and connect with others. This is at the heart of “What To Do!” These free and inclusive sessions are available to anyone who accesses care and support.

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