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Liberty Jamboree - Over 18s Social Opportunities

Liberty Jamboree offer an exciting provision for young adults over the age of 18 to meet up and go out with their friends at evenings and weekends.  

The groups are supported by professionally qualified workers and offer a range of personalised additional support (including personal care and the administration of medication). 

The group meets bi weekly to plan outings, trips, holidays, events and outings. 

Aim:

The aim of the sessions is to develop interpersonal friendship skills. Liberty believes is vital that young adults create their own peer support group and experience life like any other young adult. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Maggi Huckfield
Contact Position
Lead Worker
Telephone
07772749661
E-mail
maggi@liberty-staffordshire.co.uk
Website
Liberty Jamboree website
Twitter
@libertystaffs14
Facebook
Liberty Jamboree Facebook Page
Notes

Contact via phone call or email.

Time / Date Details

Time of day
Afternoon
Evening
Morning
Session Information
See website for more information

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
From £10 dependent on the activity per session
Service is Free
No
Details
Sessions cost s vary dependent upon the activity - extra money may be needed for food, drinks and activities

Availability

Referral required
Yes

DBS Checks

Have staff or volunteers been DBS (CRB) checked?
Yes
Additional Information

Liberty’s vision:  

“Young People & Adults with Special Educational Needs, Disabilities &/or Mental Ill Health enjoy great learning and participate fully within their communities."

Liberty’s aim:

“ To offer young people/adults with Special Educational Needs, Disabilities &/or Mental Ill Health equal opportunities within Staffordshire by developing  programmes which enable its members similar or the same experiences as any other young person”

 

Our strategic 6 goals: 

  1. To facilitate youth provisions focusing on social and emotional development opportunities, fun activities, independent living and life skills workshops as well as informal curriculum based activities to help develop young people’s resilience and social and emotional learning
       
  2. To provide a range of inclusive, adapted sporting opportunities to help promote a healthy, active lifestyles whilst encouraging team building and emotional wellbeing
       
  3. To offer needs led targeted projects focusing on group work and personal development such as ‘Sign and Sign’ Choir, Girls Group.
       
  4. To be a voice for young people and young adults with SEND and mental ill health, discussing and influencing issues that affect them and to develop and carry out social action projects.
       
  5. To offer targeted group work to young adults focusing on life skills, independent living, employability skills and travel training to learn, grow and develop - widening their world; we aim to empower each individual to increase their self-esteem and offer a chance to discover and develop, enabling them to be more visible within their communities.
       
  6. To empower and support young adults to organise a range of social activities such as day trips, evenings out, UK holidays and holidays abroad; becoming a social network of peer support.
Last updated: 09 Feb 2021
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