Who We Are

We are an independent registered charity that provides a range of supported activities for adults. If you are over the age of 18 and have a learning disability and or autism. Why not join us.

We are member led; we work with our members and their families to provide the support they need.

We run our sessions from our accessible activity centre in Handforth, Cheshire. Our aim is to provide opportunities that help our members improve their confidence, independence, health, wellbeing, and happiness and to provide support and respite for their families, parents and carers.

Our History


TOG was founded by Sue Mills

TOG was founded by Sue Mills


Started a sports and social programme at venues in the community


Became a registered charity


Became a Charitable Incorporated Organisation


Opened our new activity centre “The Hub” in Handforth


Secured our first major National Lottery Community Fund grant


Established our education and skills programme. Developed new outreach and virtual ways of working during the COVID-19 pandemic


The Hub was refurbished


Started our social enterprise. Restarted community activities post COVID-19 pandemic


Awarded National Lottery Community Fund grant enabled provision of more outdoor activities and trips

Awarded National Lottery Community Fund grant enabled provision of more outdoor activities and trips

Our Vision

Adults with a learning disability and people on the autism spectrum are accepted as equals within their own communities and have the opportunity to take part in educational, wellbeing and social activities without discrimination.

Overview of Services

We provide activities that increase community engagement, foster independence, and improve the mental and physical health of our members.

Sessions are booked in advance, and people can attend as often as they want, to suit their needs. Our varied programme of weekly activities is delivered on a rolling basis.

Activities include:

Arts and Crafts: Relaxed and therapeutic group creative sessions.

Enterprise: Designing, making and marketing items to trade locally and online.

Life Skills: Developing written and practical skills in a group setting.

Social: Fun group activities at The Hub and out locally.

Day Trips: Building confidence on weekly day trips.

Getting Active: Fun sessions to encourage people to get moving and take part in team activities.

Health and Wellbeing: Learn about and improve mental health through group workshops.

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