We offer a range of bespoke opportunities, with hands-on activities being a particular strength. Our aim is always to develop people so that they come away feeling good about themselves and having acquired new skills. As an accredited training centre, we can arrange ASDAN courses and we will take people’s special interests and create a related course. This might be something as specific as expressive arts through video making – as shown in the films on this page, which our service user wanted to share with you. (Please note : there is no commercial aspect to the making or sharing of these films which have been created by an individual who feels it is important to use some trademark aspects within the films. So we ask that you view the films with this in mind, as no endorsement by the trademark owners is suggested.)
Our goal is always to acknowledge and focus on what people can do rather than what they can’t.
Staff are experienced at developing activities programmes that are enjoyable, fulfilling and contribute towards gaining independence skills.
The spacious, rural settings at both of Corran’s premises enables service users to take part in outdoor activities including simple general maintenance tasks, animal care, growing vegetables, sports activities, gardening, and barbecuing in the summer months.
Some of the activities we take part in allow individuals to form links with the local community and this is yet another opportunity for learning.
We also have a centre in England – Corran Dean. Please click here to see the services we offer there.