Cosgrove Care have created a new Sunday group for adults with learning disabilities and additional needs that will meet every Sunday from 11.30-1.30 for lunch, chat and activities. The group will create a lifeline for those who live alone and have limited opportunities for meeting up with friends. Soup and a cup of tea will be available for anyone attending.
Social Sundays is all about improving wellbeing- both physical and emotional and follows on from a pilot programme that Cosgrove ran during the summer. The focus will be supporting people to create social connections, learn about keeping physically well and to try new activities. The group will also have a regular programme of activities including music, movement and movies.
The group meets in the Hub at May Terrace and is a drop-in session. The Hub has been recently renovated to create a warm, welcoming space for people supported by Jewish Care Scotland and Cosgrove Care. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or give Angie Buskie a call on 0141 620 2500. The group is free to attend and transpoert can be arranged.
Heather Gray, CEO said
‘Social Sundays will provide a vital link for adults with learning disabilities – providing friendship, a warm space to meet and helping people learn about keeping well and looking after themselves. We will be continuing to raise vital funds through a range of activities to support this group and look forward to seeing it expand and grow into the future.’