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The Right to Work – Day Service Provider

Brief description of what services your organisation offers

The Right to Work is a progressive day service provider, offering appropriate and sustainable supported work opportunities for people with learning disabilities, who can and want to work, but require support in order to achieve this.

Where the service takes place

The Hub, Somerstown Community Centre, Staunton Country Park, Hewitt’s Community Café, Emsworth, Waterlooville Community Centre

What the organisation provides

We offer a range of work opportunities – Horticultural, Countryside Activities, Art and Catering

Generally a support ratio of 1:6 is provided, more or less on occasions dependent on the job role and the group of Supported Volunteers involved.

We endeavour to instill confidence and wellbeing, developing independence and self worth through increased responsibility and peer working.

Who can access the service?

Must be aged 16 or above, have a learning disability and be aware of what work means.  Individuals must want to work and be able to work within a lively and busy team, all contributing to ensure we achieve the days objectives

Expected outcomes for  young people accessing your service

Greater confidence, sense of wellbeing and increased independence – working within TRTW teams stretches and challenges our team members, whilst being supported and guided to learn new skills and develop existing talents

How can this service be accessed?

Independently or through Adult Social Care (LD) Teams

How and who to make a complaint to:

In writing via email to

Contact Details for further information

Debbie Lyall

Tel: 07931 564399



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