Paul’s Place is a charity that enhances life for physically disabled adults.
We do this by providing social activities that connect people, reduce isolation, improve health and wellbeing and give people the opportunity to develop new skills, enjoy new experiences and live life to the full.
Can you help and donate to our Emergency Appeal?
Our team is working hard to provide support to vulnerable adults living with a disability. Donate to our Emergency Appeal today, as we continue to help those who use our services Live Life to the Full.
COVID-19 PAUL’S PLACE SERVICE UPDATE
It is with great regret that we have had to take the difficult decision to close the day facility at Paul’s Place, along with cancelling our short breaks and out-of-house activities until this has passed. This is due to the advice given by the Government and the Chief Medical Officer to reduce risk to those with health conditions and to avoid gatherings of large numbers of people.
We are still here to help
Whilst the day facility is shut, Paul’s Place is still open. Paul’s Place started with a group of compassionate individuals seeing a need in their local community and this still continues to motivate all our staff here today. Their care and compassion will continue throughout this period as we take the time to change our services and support those we have come to know and befriend.
The staff team have worked hard to create the Paul’s Place Emergency Response Project, which is now up and running, supporting all of our members at Paul’s Place.
What We Do
Paul’s Place Daily
Based in Coalpit Heath in South Gloucestershire, we provide a programme of daily activities throughout the year that support adults with physical, cognitive and sensory impairments.
Paul’s Place Socials
We’re a sociable bunch, and we run a popular evening programme throughout the year. There’s something for everyone; with nights outs including trips to the pub, restaurants, cinema, theatre and bowling to name a few.
Our short breaks give people the opportunity to enjoy a fully independent short break with the support of fully trained Paul’s Place staff. They also give carers and relatives the chance to relax whilst knowing that their loved one is safe and having fun.
Paul’s Place Boccia
Boccia is a fully accessible sport and at Paul’s Place our Boccia teams are run by disabled people with the support of Paul’s Place staff. We regularly promote the sport locally taking our love of Boccia into schools and colleges.
Volunteer with us
Paul’s Place relies on the commitment of our dedicated team of volunteers who support others to live life to the full. If you are interested in making a difference and have some spare time, then please consider volunteering with us.
We are supporting people to live life to the full, but we can’t do this alone. We need your support to make this happen.
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