Tikva, which means hope, is that ray of hope which brightens the lives of the learning disabled young people and adults in our community, and their parent-carers - creating a shift from helplessness to empowerment.

All our activities are now running in line with current Government Covid19 guidelines and regulations regarding hygiene and social distancing.

Providing experiences

We provide a comprehensive programme of extra-curricular activities, appropriate to the individual abilities and disabilities of our young people and adults aged 18 plus with moderate to severe disabilities. These include physical, emotional and learning disabilities such as autism, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, and developmental delay.

Activities include weekend clubs, off-site trips and bi-annual rural sleep-aways. The respite that this simultaneously provides for both parent-carers and family members is priceless.

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Supporting parent carers

The needs of parent-carers are not overlooked either.

We provide a host of activities to support them physically and emotionally, thus energising them to continue in their very challenging and increasingly demanding caring roles.

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