If your son/daughter or young person is aged between 18 and 25 and has a physical and/or learning disability we’d love for them to join us.
There are lots of fun and exciting ways that you can get involved and raise funds for our life-changing work. We are a registered charity and we need your help!
At the Orpheus centre, the days between the 24th and 28th May were dedicated to hearing from the disabled community outside of Orpheus. Zoom workshops were led by artists to encourage students to think about their own identities and what the word ‘disability’ has meant to them.
The Covid 19 lockdown has been a testing time for most of us, restricting what we do, who we see, and generally dictating our social interaction. The Orpheus Centre, along with the rest of us, has had to adapt.
On a balmy July evening, after months of frustration, altered plans and false starts owing to the difficulties of the pandemic, their perseverance paid off. The spectacular show School of Rock was the result.
89% of our graduates last year have gone on to independent living in supported housing.