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Social connection at Guideposts

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We run a number of services at Guideposts giving you the opportunity to form new friendships and connections:

Better Connected at Guideposts. Online meetings for Guideposts Members.

Better Connected

Better Connected is a fun, safe, and social club for people with learning disabilities and autism that you can join from home!


A friendly service for anyone looking for regular companionship, conversation and laughs, hobbies/activities, respite breaks, a listening ear or practical support with day to day living.
Friendship 4 All Hertfordshire Guideposts group.

Friendship 4 All

Friendship 4 All supports adults in Hertfordshire with learning disabilities to meet new people and develop meaningful relationships.
Guideposts CONNECT Social Groups

Guideposts CONNECT Social Groups

Guideposts CONNECT social groups are dementia-friendly friendship and support groups in Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire for people living with long term health conditions, people caring for a relative or friend, and those looking to make new local friendships.
INTERACT Workshops

INTERACT Workshops

The Fearless course is a series of online interactive workshops to explore what relationships are, how to manage them, emotions within relationships, and how to keep ourselves safe.
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