Mill Race Community Support Service
Supporting adults with learning disabilities and autism in Wiltshire
Mill Race Community Support Service provides a range of fun day activities and learning opportunities for people over 18 with a learning disability and/or autism. The service is well established within the local community and is dedicated to helping people improve their independence and well being.
The service aims to:
Our team of trained staff and volunteers support service users to choose the right activity for them, based on their interests, abilities and needs.
We work closely with people who are important in the customer’s life to achieve best outcomes.
Some of the activities we offer are:
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The service is aimed at people with a learning disability and/or autism over the age of 18, living in the Wiltshire area.
If you know someone who would like to find out more about the service, please get in touch using the details below.
If the service is suitable, the person will be invited to come in and look around, meet other customers and have a chat with the manager.
If the person likes the service and would like to come, he/she will be invited to a half-day taster session. This session is free of charge.
If the person then decides that he/she would like to come to Mill Race, arrangements are made to request the funding for the placement or the placement can be self-funded.
Mill Race Community Services
The Marden House Centre
Tel: 01249 811575
Monday – 10:00-15:30
Tuesday – 10:00-15:30
Wednesday – closed
Thursday – 10:00-15:30
Friday – 10:00-15:30
Saturday – closed
Sunday – closed