"Support with Personality"
07591 555 858
* Saturday Morning Boxing!
* Woodland Conservation Work!
* Friday Night Archery!
* Model Railway Exhibition!
* Boardgame Cafe!
* Everyone Health Walking Group!
Contact us to find out more about these upcoming sessions.
aebal is a Nottingham-based independent organisation providing social support for adults with mental health problems, autism and learning disabilities.
We specialise in small groups and one to one support in the community and we run our sessions in the day time, evening and at weekends.
For others, with more time, please continue to read on!
Our aim as a service is to work closely with people to help build confidence, to become more physically active, to develop social skills and to lead more independent lives.
We achieve this by supporting people from home to get out into the community to take up new interests and opportunities. We encourage people to access and travel to mainstream venues, help form new friendships and provide the energy and positivity for everyone to become active members of society.
"The focus for all aebal support is 100% about the interests and social needs of each person. Our active staff have helped people to do such things as join an archery club, acquire an allotment, set up online banking and open a savings account, volunteer at an animal shelter, do a sponsored run, attend Rock City gigs, create a photography portfolio, learn how to cook a Chilli or it might be as simple as getting out the house and going for a walk and a chat by the river.
Our priority is to create sessions that improve mental, physical and emotional well-being and enable people to gain a genuine sense of belonging in the community. The only way to do this is by really getting to know the person we're supporting."
Jason Bradley - Service Director
good mental health is born from inner confidence, a positive outlook on life and a true sense of self.
in positive risk, mainstream opportunities and creative support.
in meaningful activities, meaningful experiences and meaningful relationships.
in preventing depression, anxiety and isolation.
in everyone that uses our service!
A national bedtime audit revealed that 71% of learning disabled adults never get out in the evening and most are in bed by 8:30pm
// New Friendships
// Shared Experiences
"Supporting people to be active members of society"