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Clubs &
Classes

Clubs
&
Classes

Here at H.A.D Havering, we offer a variety of clubs and classes for our community, including Community Support (peer support).

H.A.D’s Community Friends Project aims to improve social inclusion for adults with additional needs.  Our Community Friend volunteers will provide companionship either by telephone or face to face meetings with the aims to provide peer to peer support, companionship, make new friendships, reduce isolation and share information.

If you would like to know more about this scheme please contact us on 01708 476554 or email: admin@hadhavering.co.uk

Wednesday
Workout

A friendly, small group designed specifically for people with reduced mobility, also ideal for wheelchair users.  

All exercises are chair based and individually tailored to your needs by a qualified tutor.

New members are welcomed. Refreshments provided, 1pm - 2:30pm.

Social Club -Monday & Friday

A warm welcome to H.A.D’s Social club! We have many activities like learning how to use a drawing and colouring tablet, catching up on social media (Instagram, Facebook; Twitter, and YouTube), proceeding to enter the main hall to play some card games, doing quizzes; playing on the Wii, and playing with board games. Whilst also indulging in a plentiful amount of food and drinks complementary by participating in the activities. Please stop by and we’ll ensure that you will have a very fulfilling and eventful day!

Arts and Crafts

These are friendly light-hearted clubs for anyone interested in putting pencil to paper and a little more creative.

New members welcomed, even beginners!

These are two hour group sessions.

Please contact us or take a peek at our timetable below for more information.

Peer to Peer Support

H.A.D’s peer to peer friendship project aims to improve social inclusion for disabled adults.  Our peer to peer volunteers will provide companionship either by telephone or face to face meetings with the aims to provide peer to peer support, companionship, make new friendships, reduce isolation and share information.

Introduction to Computers

Would you like to know how to search the internet, attach a document to an email, add a contact to your mobile?
If so, why not book a session with  our volunteer tutor.
Work at your own pace, for a one hour session in a small group.
 
The Computer lessons are held Wednesday mornings here in the H.A.D building.
(Booking Essential)

Benefit Information & Advice 

Need Advice, Information, and Guidance or help completing Benefit forms? 
An advisor from the Havering Citizens Advice Bureau - Thursday & Peabody Charity - Monday, are available to provide up-to-date information and advice within H.A.D's accessible building. 
Each advisor offers confidential, one to one sessions in our warm and friendly environment. 
Advice appointments available Monday's 10am - 12 noon for a drop in session and Thursday's 10am - 1.00pm, by appointment only.

VOLUNTEERING

If you are able to spare an hour or two a week or month to chat, socialise or enjoy a pastime, you could make difference in the life of someone with a disability helping to improve their social inclusion, confidence and well-being.

H.A.D provides volunteers with training, DBS (where appropriate), expenses and  support every step of the way. Further training and regular volunteer sessions are provided to enable volunteers to feel confident in their role and valued as an important part of  H.A.D.

Volunteering is a very rewarding experience for all involved 

Please see our role description for further information on volunteering as a Community Friend.

Weekly Timetable

Please see our Calendar Page for additional events, fundraisers, outings and ad hoc events. 

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