PINC - Activities and Services

We are proud to offer a wealth of activities and services from both our Wokingham and Bracknell branches, giving children and adults with learning disabilities and autism the opportunity to access provision, facilities and opportunities which will enrich their lives and empower them within the local community.

Not forgetting that siblings, parents and carers deserve support and opportunities to share experiences and empower them, we also offer a large amount of activities and support to engage the families and carers of those with a learning disability.

Can you help support our mission and deliver on the promise that ALL people matter?

Activities for Children

Smiles for Siblings

A group run in both Wokingham and Bracknell to give siblings aged between 8 and 13 some ‘me time’, let off steam and have fun by taking part in a range of different activities.

Youth Club

This social group is for young people in Year 9 and upwards with a learning disability / autism, offering an opportunity to socialise and have fun through a range of activities.m. The programme has no upper age limit.

Activities for Adults

All of our activities for adults with learning disabilities and autism aim to ensure every individual has fun, learns new skills and improves existing ones, socialises with other people, makes new friends, becomes more independent and helps build self-esteem and confidence.

@ The Acorn

A social group for people aged 16 years plus, including those with complex needs.

Paul’s Karaoke

Paul’s Karaoke is an activity for people aged 16 years plus with a learning disability / autism. The activity is funded through donations and is open to Wokingham members.


The Gateway Award is a life skills programme for individuals aged 18+ with a mild to moderate learning disability and/or autism. The programme has no upper age limit.

“ I honestly don’t know where I’d be now if you hadn’t helped me rebuild the relationship with statutory services. I can’t thank you enough ”

Carer Services

Many of our staff and volunteers have first-hand experience of caring for someone with a learning disability or autism. We understand the importance of being surrounded by others who can empathise, support and provide respite from your caring responsibilities.

Respite activities for carers include; theatre and shopping trips, pamper events, carers coffee mornings and lunches with peer support and emotional and practical support from our Family Liaison Team.

Organised information events aimed at carers cover topical issues such as Wills & Trusts, Benefits and Approaching Adulthood. We always support Carers’ Week and work in partnership with other Carer organisations to ensure the best support for our members.

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