Service for Adults from Swindon Advocacy Movement

A new service is currently being offered by Swindon Advocacy Movement for adults (18+) with Learning Disabilities living in Swindon to support them during COVID 19. Find out more.
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The new service from Swindon Advocacy Movement (SAM) provides delivery of regular packs of personalised and accessible information and activities and follow up phone calls, aimed at reducing feelings of isolation and helping people to feel connected to a community.

What is it?

It is a pack of various accessible information and activities.

The pack and follow up phone calls aim to reduce isolation and help people to feel connected to a community.

What’s in the pack?

Each pack is personalised for the individual.

The referral form has a section to identify what the individual would like to receive.

If you aren’t sure what the person being referred would like, leave this section blank and someone from SAM will ring them to find out.

Examples of things in the packs are:

  • Easy read information about COVID 19
  • Money skills activities
  • Living skills activities
  • Art
  • Quizzes
  • Word-search
  • Ideas for helping physical and mental health

Who can be referred?

Adults with learning disabilities who live in Swindon

How to refer somebody

Complete the referral form at the end of this page and return it to: anniebaker@swindonadvocacy.org.uk

If you would like to contact us before you refer somebody, please call Caroline Blunsden on 07500 665893 or Annie Baker on 07500 663254

Downloads

Referral Form Boost Pack

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