Disabled people don’t have the same opportunities as their non-disabled peers to engage in activities that will help them attain the life skills they need in making the transition into adulthood. This means they miss essential experiences their non-disabled peers take for granted. For disabled people the building of this foundation can take longer and requires additional support to achieve a healthy transition.
Thomley enhances the well-being of disabled people through delivering activities that helps develop the skills they need to run their day-to-day lives.
How to Access this Service
By phoning or emailing with the contact details below.
Number operates from 9-5 on a Tuesday through to Saturday.
When visiting, they have many facilities such as an art room, play room, pavillion and a cafe.
All of our focus days are available for disabled people, their families and friends. A couple of these focus days are then available to people without a disability too.
We not only accept disabled and non disabled children, teens and adults with their families or carers, but with their schools or a group too.
Who is it for?
We provide an exciting site for disabled people, their families, carers and friends.