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Opportunities for 10-35 year olds

Can Do is a skills development programme for individuals aged 10-35 with a disability or long term health condition.

Over the last couple of months as the country has been in lockdown, Can Do has moved all the community activities that we usually run onto digital platforms – keeping people connected in a fun and engaging way.

This summer throughout July and August, we will be running regular virtual activity sessions every Tuesday afternoon. Sessions will be 45 minutes long so you can easily fit them around anything else you have planned for the day!

We’ve listened to what you’ve told us about the activities you’re interested in, and our summer activities will follow four themes of:

  • Music
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Getting Active
  • Wellbeing

Sessions will change every week, so it’s worth checking back in to see what new things are going on.

Join our Summer Programme

Check out our Eventbrite page to find out what sessions are running this week. There are limited spaces so make sure you book your place early!

Sign up for fun!

Getting involved with Can Do

As well as our drop in Can Do summer programme, we are still offering virtual delivery of our Building Communities projects that we deliver to groups of young people over 8 – 10 hours of sessions.

Projects focus on skill development and confidence building through fun and engaging activities. If the project is attended and completed, you can get a City & Guilds certificate or an SQA Award.

We are currently developing plans to move back to our regular community delivery later this year as a big part of what aim to do is getting young people connected with their community. The social action element of our programme delivery is a great way to do that.

If you would like more information on anything above or would like to partner with us then send an email to community@leonardcheshire.org.