Can you show people with learning disabilities or autism what's out there for them?
'What’s Out There' is a free event showcasing the information, support, services and activities available for people with learning disabilities and autism in Brighton & Hove. The event is open to anyone with learning disabilities, as well as family, carers, and anyone else interested in finding out more.
We’re looking for service and activity providers to get involved
After a successful event last year, we're hosting a bigger and better event this July.
If you provide advice, support, activities or groups that people with learning disabilities or autism, or their carers can access in the city we'd love for you to be part of this event.
'What’s Out There?' - 10am to 3pm, Thursday 18 July 2019, at BHASVIC
More than 160 people with learning disabilities and/or autism turned up last year, along with 150 carers.
Advice and information was available from 45 organisations including Albion in the Community, Brighton & Hove Buses, Carousel, Grace Eyre, Gig Buddies, Mencap, Switchboard, Team Domenica, the council and the NHS. They also got to try out fun activities including cricket, dance, table tennis and Capoeria.
Have a look at last year's event.
Find out more
For more information or to express an interest in getting involved, please email WhatsOutThere@brighton-hove.gov.uk or call 01273 295550.
The event is being organised by Brighton & Hove City Council, Brighton & Hove Speakout, The Carer's Centre, Amaze and Brighton & Hove CCG.