A little bit about us

“What To Do?”

Community Integrated Care has created “What To Do” to give people who access care and support a range of brilliant daily accessible activities.

We are one of the UK’s biggest and most successful social care charities. Our vision is to enable people to lead the Best Life Possible. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn, discover new skills, have fun, and connect with others. This is at the heart of “What To Do!”

“What To Do” was developed by our charity during the worst of the Coronavirus pandemic to help the people we support to stay fit and active, whilst also tackling isolation and loneliness. Through fun, educational, and virtual activities hosted Monday – Saturday, we’ve ensured that people have incredible opportunities to learn, have fun and get social.

With hundreds of people in our charity benefiting from these activities, we have wanted to expand the impact to others by creating this unique website. Thank you to our partners NHS Cheshire and Merseyside and Sport England for supporting this website and our projects.

From this website you can enjoy PE at home, become an artist in your bedroom, wear your Chef’s hat in the kitchen, dance the night away in your living room – you name it, we’ve got it covered and we can’t wait to for you to join us!

We want to tackle boredom and give people something fun to enjoy every day. So, ifwhat to do?’ is the question, then What To Do is the answer!

Join in today and click here for our latest activity sessions!

How To Do It

Each of our Online Activity Sessions are delivered via Zoom, they are free to enjoy thanks to the help and generosity of our incredible partners.

To get involved, all you need to do is follow the link from each Activity that you’d like to participate in. For some sessions, there will be worksheets and recipes to download before the day so that you are prepared – please look out for these where possible!

Sessions are designed for people with a range of abilities and interests, so they are adaptable to suit any person in any setting. Whilst the activities are low intensity, every individual participates at their own risk. It is the responsibility of the individual / their support to assess the suitability of the session.

This site is particularly suited to family carers and support workers. We hope that you find it to be a helpful and exciting resource.

Please note – we often share images taken from our sessions on social media, if you don’t wish to be featured across our social channels then please turn your camera off during these sessions.

Who We Are

This programme has been developed by Community Integrated Care, one of the UK’s largest health and social care charities. We are proud to be recognised for our impact and innovation with projects like this, including being named as the “Charity of the Year” at the Charity Times Awards.

We work in the community, delivering life-enhancing support to people with a diverse range of care needs including Learning Disabilities, Mental Health concerns, Autism, Age-Related needs, and Dementia. Please visit the ‘Find Support’ page if you would like to know more information on accessing the support of our charity.

Every session is hosted by award winning specialists, including:

  • Age-Exchange, the UK’s experts in creative and reminiscence arts in social care, who lead our arts activities.
  • Leeds Rhinos Foundation – Our brilliant partners for dance, exercise and sporting games.
  • Pompey in the Community Trust – The official charity of Portsmouth FC, who will teach you how to cook.
  • Rugby League World Cup 2021 – Community Integrated Care is proud to be teaming up with RLWC2021 deliver many special experiences through the site.

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