Activities Volunteers: Adults with learning disabilities Discover the ‘new you’ and volunteer for us in one of our Learning Disability Services Guild Care has two services for people with learning disabilities which meet every weekday and one evening club that meets twice a month. The Fitzalan Howard Centre is for people who are looking to develop skills to lead a more independent life. Activities include cooking and baking, computers, music and drama – we are well known for our pantomimes! We do a lot of art and some of our artwork has been turned into notelets. We also go out a lot on community trips, including doing things like swimming. We would love you to come and help us learn and develop our independence. The people who use the centre say they would like ‘nice, kind, and funny’ volunteers to join the team. Birkdale is for those who need more support than their friends at Fitzalan. Birkdale offers the same opportunities as Fitzalan, but for people need more help to achieve their goals. Extra Club provides an evening of fun for people with a learning disability over the age of 18. As for the activities on offer, you name it and we’ll try it! As well as a range indoor fun we also get out there in the community – swimming, trampoline, attending events. All you need is a sense of humour and a passion to help us – we’ll do the rest! If you are interested in volunteering in our Learning Disability Services, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator via our online form.