We are a self-advocacy group for people with learning disabilities in the Wokingham borough.
Self-advocacy is when you speak up for yourself about the things that are important to you. CLASP help people with learning disabilities to do this. We support each other to speak up for our rights and live more independently.
CLASP stands for Caring, Listening And Supporting Partnership.
How is CLASP helping people to speak up for themselves?
As a user-led organisation – we are run by our members.
We employ people with learning disabilities and offer voluntary opportunities.
We support our members to have their say about how local services are developed.
We have a training group called Listen To Us – who deliver learning disability awareness training.
We run a campaigning group called Take Notice.
We work in partnership with other organisations to run projects.
We provide one to one support, information, advice and signposting.
CLASP Registered charity number 1122254