Divine Days Community CIC

Contact: Katie Whitehead

Tel: 07782 551004

 

Email: info@divinedays.co.uk

Webwww.divinedays.co.uk

          

 

ABOUT US

Divine Days Community CIC

Divine Days Community CIC delivers a programme of services and provision for adults with additional needs; children with additional needs and complex needs; the elderly; the isolated; and those managing long-term mental and physical health conditions. Our provision is centred around bringing people together through a variety of programmes and creative activity programmes focused on connectivity, inclusivity, and rehabilitation.

 

Gateway Support

Gateway Support is partnership between Divine Days Community CIC and An Inclusive Future CIC (AIF CIC) providing an urgent and essential service for individuals and families across the West Lancashire area with a child/children with an additional need or disability, as well as those who are managing long term health conditions or poor mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Gateway Support provides an information, advice, guidance, and befriending service to ensure people with disabilities can access pastoral and professional services and support in an accessible, person-centred, and meaningful manner during and after the COVID – 19 pandemic.

Legacy Project

The Legacy Project is our Supported Internship initiative funded by Well Skelmersdale and West Lancashire CCG. Divine Days CIC works with local businesses, schools, and colleges to deliver a supported internship programme for young adults with additional needs, learning disabilities and/ or physical disabilities who live and learn in West Lancashire and the surrounding area.

Man-archy

Man-Archy is our men’s mental health provision, using talking therapies, support groups, one-to-one sessions, and a befriending service for men living in West Lancashire. This project is funded via Well Skelmersdale and West Lancashire CCG delivering a person centred, local offer of crisis intervention and prevention for men.

Community Connections

Our Community Connections sessions offer specialised activities for the elderly, people with poor mental health or dementia, people that have been isolated and those managing long term health conditions. Community Connections provides a safe environment run by qualified practitioners to support members of our community to reconnect and find purpose and meaning on their road to recovery.

Dance for All

Divine Days inclusive dance activities and classes for people of all ages with additional needs. Our teachers and practitioners have years of experience, as well as being qualified and trained in working with children and adults with additional needs, learning disabilities and complex needs. Our award-winning Dancers have performed all over the country raising awareness of inclusion and acceptance.

Our Dance classes include:

  • Diddi Tots – Tap, ballet, and disco classes for babies and toddlers with additional needs.
  • Diddi Divine – Therapeutic and contemporary dance classes for infants and juniors with additional needs.
  • Diddi Divas – Tap, ballet, musical theatre, and street dance classes for children with additional needs.
  • Divine Dance – Contemporary, inclusive dance classes for adults with additional needs.

We work with mainstream organisations to help them develop and improve their inclusive practice and how to become disability confident.

We deliver a variety of training programmes for schools and businesses including antibullying and disability awareness.

 


 

 

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