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Activities

Once our young people reach 18 they can be granted the freedom to become more independent in the ability to travel and choose activities independently, whilst still being providing the support and guidance needed.

Whether young people would like to go on day trips further afield; alone or with friends, join clubs such as local sports clubs or the Deaf Club at the pub in Exeter city-centre, go to parties or socialise with friends just like your peers in the wider community, we support our young people to make the most of these opportunities.

Students are encouraged to be independent and choose the enrichment activities that they like; two students currently go to the gym every week, one student is preparing to undertake driving lessons, and other students are participating in the Me, Myself and I sessions on a Tuesday afternoon where they will be undertaking Life Skill activities such as First Aid, Food Hygiene, Cycling Proficiency, cooking on a limited budget, cooking around the world, and even essential skills such as washing and ironing to prepare them for adulthood and living independently.