April Adult Touch Trust session

What:  Using massage, music, movement, dance, light, colour, texture, sound and smell to stimulate the senses

Where & When:  Howey Village Hall, Howey, Powys, LD1 5PT

Friday 26 April 2019 from 2.00 – 3.00 pm arrival to start at 2.00pm promptly would be very much appreciated.

Who is it for:  Adults with different abilities and their support partners

Cost:  £17.00

6 guest places available, with support partner/s

For booking and payment please register online at ticketsource.co.uk/dyfodolpowysfutures

A support partner is required to attend session with guest, no fee for support partners.

Please bring a pillow and blanket/s for guest comfort during relaxation section.

Please note that we do not currently have a hoist available though please feel free to contact us to discuss your needs in relation to this, thank you.  Tel: 07585 199 315.

Help Families Together in March – 08/03/2019

enjoying music and movement

This March we are one of the featured charities at Tesco, Llandrindod Wells.  Please consider us for your voting token!

We run Touch Trust sessions (a recognised programme including gentle massage, music, movement and dance, as well as light, colour, sound and smell to stimulate the senses) – a fun and valued time for children, families together and adults.

Funds will go to running our sessions in Llandrindod Wells and Knighton, and beginning soon in Newtown.

 

Big impact for young people in Newtown! – 08/03/2019

 

Different, not like a social worker…

Our work in Newtown is making a big difference in some young people’s lives.  3 recent people’s stories show what we can do together with our worker Neil being there for young people:

  • trusting positive relationships developed
  • one person on a College 2-year course
  • linked some people with CAIS or Kaleidoscope (specialist charities) to address cannabis and other drug misuse
  • confidence built up
  • one now has a work qualification
  • one in full-time work
  • another wants to find employment and positive role models.

Our project is funded by Powys Drugs and Alcohol Council.

Dyfed Powys Police Commissioner visits – 11/01/2019

Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn meets with Louise Bell our coordinator and trustee Margaret Evitts to talk about our work with young people in Powys – Finding Futures

Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn came to see us on 11 January to talk about young people in Powys.  The Commissioner was keen to hear more as he’d read our report Finding Futures on our 3 year project working to help make positive changes to lives.