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Better Futures - Improving Lives Plymouth

Better Futures is a support service for adults aged 18+ with a learning disability.

We provide support, information and advice on day to day issues and help individuals to develop the skills to further independence through a range of groups, workshops and activities.

Contacts details

Address:156 Mannamead Road
PL3 5QL
Telephone number: 01752 776775
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Our friendly social hub provides a safe place where individuals can meet up, make friends, use computers and chat to staff and volunteers, thereby preventing isolation and improving their general well being.

Better Futures actively supports members to consider a healthier lifestyle and provides guidance on healthy eating, weight, exercise, and awareness sessions on health and staying safe.

Support is also provided with letters, bills and form filling and we can support individuals to find work and volunteering opportunities.

Services available at Better Futures

  • A Social Hub
  • Access to computers with free internet
  • Advocacy
  • Help with work and volunteering
  • Information and advice
  • Social Activities
  • Support to develop skills
  • Support to improve health and well-being

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Awards

  • Plymouth City Council Contracted Supplier

Better Futures was founded over 30 years ago and has supported many adults with learning disabilities to develop skills and be more independent.

Better Futures offers individuals the opportunity to meet others and develop friendships, get help and advice and improve their independent living skills. 

Unlike a day centre, members are encouraged to be flexible with their attendance, feeling free to attend on different days to suit them and making their own choices over how they spend their time with us.

Price: Please contact us for information about our costs; there may be a small charge for some sessions.
Based: Plymouth

Monday to Friday 9.30am to 3pm

  • 17 to 25 years old
  • 26 to 64 years old
  • Learning disabilities

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