Cedar’s Right4U Summer Fun Roundup

Thursday 31 August 2017


Right4U began the summer with a night of Crazy Golf where staff member Helen from Inclusion works got a hole in one on the last shot and won a golden doubloon for a free game of golf!


Participants also had four sessions of Understanding my Autism through July. These sessions were provided for individuals aged 15-25 living in the Belfast area with a diagnosis of Autism. August saw a pilot two session course called Positive Friendships and ASD and again this was for people aged 15-25 living in Belfast with a diagnosis of Autism..


Summer sessions also included a walking and Lunch club; groups walked around Shaw’s Bridge and had lunch in the Lock Keepers Inn. A further walk around Ormeau park was followed by pizza and a movie at Cedar’s Ravenhill Reach offices!


To finish the summer off the groups had a games night at Jack Straws Board Game Cafe where we had a great time playing Who Am I?, Don't panic, and Picassimo.


The Right4U service runs social evenings run once a month and are for people aged 18 and over who are registers as part of the service. Right4U takes referrals from the Children's (under 18's) and Adults (18 and over) Belfast Autism Intervention teams.

It provides both one to one sessions and group activities offering a range of events including nights out to the cinema, bowling and summer activities to name a few. These provide great opportunities for services users to meet new people, develop team work skills and try fun, new activities.


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