Computer Workshops with Lead the Way and Calderdale Libraries

Lead the Way, in partnership with Calderdale Libraries, will be holding their first computer workshop on Thursday 21 June, 2:00-4:00pm at Halifax Central Library.

The workshop is for adults who have a learning disability, and their families and carers. People can come and go as they please, they do not need to stay for the whole session.

It will be a chance for people to have support with things like learning about Facebook, how to send an e-mail, how to keep safe on-line, how to look for things on the internet (surfing),how to fill in forms, how to look at videos and music….and lots more things. We will be holding the workshops across lots of different libraries around Calderdale so keep watching for dates and venues for a workshop near you!

For more information ring 0300 012 0416.

Young Leaders Course With Lead the Way

Lead the Way currently has spaces on the Young Leaders Course July/August for people aged 16/17 yrs who have a learning disability, autism or both.

This is a  great opportunity to be involved and find out about what is happening in Calderdale.

If interested in learning more about this opportunity, email Karen on Karen.graham@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk

Lead the Way Volunteering: Cook Together – Share Together

Lead the Way are looking for volunteers to work in North Halifax.

 

Do you enjoy cooking healthy meals and would like to share your skills with an adult who lives independently and has a learning disability?

Do you live in, or are able to travel to, North Halifax.

Working together you will prepare a meal and then enjoy the meal together.  Friendships can be made and isolation reduced.

Make a difference to someone’s life today!

How do you become a volunteer?

Please ring Lead the Way on 0300 012 0416 or email info@leadthewaycalderdale.org.  Arrangements will be made for someone to meet with you and complete a DBS check and a volunteer application form.

 

Calderdale Self Advocacy Network Spring-time Raffle

Great prizes to be won in the Calderdale Self Advocacy Network Spring-time Raffle!
  • 1st prize – Laser Quest for up to 15 people
  • 2nd Prize – family ticket to Eureka
  • 3rd prize – family ticket to Cannon Hall Farm
And many, many more great prizes to be won!!
The raffle will be drawn on Wednesday 7 March and tickets can be purchased from the Lead the Way office at Threeways Centre.

For more information ring 077691 67762 or 07436 102544 or e-mail janet.hannan@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk

Lead the Way Art Group

Lead the Way Art Group Volunteer Opportunity

What does the group do?

The group meets once a week, on a Thursday, 10am-12pm at Lower Valley Day Services, Rastrick.
The group is open to all abilities and is fully accessible.
The group create various artwork during the sessions and then take it home.

Recently the group has published some of their amazing artwork shown below.

The work above may convince you of the benefits of volunteering with this group.

How do you become a volunteer?

Please ring Lead the Way on 0300 012 0416 or email info@leadthewaycalderdale.org.  Arrangements will be made for someone to meet with you and complete a DBS check and a volunteer application form.

 

Shout Out Volunteers wanted for Lead The Way

Lead The Way is an information and advice service for adults with Learning Disabilities, their families and carers in Calderdale.

They are looking for new Shout Out Volunteers to help keep people informed and connected by sharing information about what Lead The Way does and what is happening. This is a fantastic way to make a difference. All training and expenses will be provided.

Drop in to the information day 13:00 – 15:00 June 20 at Threeways Centre, Nursery Lane, Ovenden to see what it’s all about. Alternatively call Roy or Natalie on 0300 0150 416 for more information.

Cook together! Share together! Volunteer with Lead the Way

Lead the Way are looking for volunteers in North Halifax to help with a project for adults with learning disabilities.

Do you want to:

  • Help people with a learning disability cook healthy meals?
  • Meet new people?
  • Learn to cook healthy meals?
  • Learn new recipes?
  • Share a meal?

If so then the Cook together, share together project may be just what you’re looking for.

For information and to get involved email karen.graham@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk or call 0300 012 0416