Hi there! What To Do - is a free website ran by health and social care charity Community Integrated Care, providing amazing accessible experiences live once a week for people who have learning disabilities and autism. Whether it’s supporting people to get more active, learn new skills or find a new person to connect with, What To Do has you covered!
Specially designed to support social care workers family carers looking for fun things to do online, we’ve delivered a great variety of experiences for no charge, including:
Dance Masterclasses with Strictly Come Dancing stars Vincent Simone and Ian Waite
Confidence building workshops with the England Lionesses (Ellen White - England Women’s all-time top scorer and Gemma Bonner - current Liverpool FC Women’s star)
A Glastonbury Concert with the World’s #1 Elton John Tribute Act
Virtual Tours of the London Transport Museum for our train enthusiasts
A musical performance with New York Broadway star, Morgan White.
And that’s just to name a few!
As our sessions are live and interactive, we are able to connect meaningfully with our participants, as we hope that everyone who attends has both a great time, and wants to come back each and every week to our online community.
Joining an experience is also very easy - you simply visit our What To Do website in the link above to check out the timetable, click the experience you want to join, and you will find the Zoom link, which you can click a few minutes before the experience starts.
As we enter one of the coldest weeks on record, we’re hoping to keep people entertained and show that there’s exciting ways to get active even at home!
Ahead of National Storytelling Week and to celebrate Burns Night, we’re hosting an interactive story experience on Wednesday 24th Jan at 2pm.
And on Wednesday 31st January at 2pm, try out this friendly introduction to the sport of Netball with simple movements you can do at home with a ball or rolled up socks, with Netball Super League star, Amy Braithwaite.
There’s loads more to come in 2024 and we’d love to see you there, with our February timetable releasing soon. Please remember, What To Do is completely free and you don’t have to join every session on What To Do to be part of it (as we know some things aren’t for everyone).
We do record the experiences and use some clips for promoting What To Do on social media, so should you wish not for your image to be shared, we do ask if you can turn off your camera.
Any questions, please drop us a line at: email@example.com