Programmes

Young People's Voice Youth Forum session takes place

Young People's Voice Youth Forum session takes place

At Autonomie, young people are at the heart of everything we do. Hands-on and giving young people a voice the ‘Young Person’s Voice’ Youth Forum offers members a chance to express their views, share their insights and be key decision makers in the planning and delivery of activities programmes.

Latest Freedom2Choose Programme Announced

Latest Freedom2Choose Programme Announced

Good Mental Health is the theme the latest Freedom2Choose Programme which runs from 15 September to 15 December 2018. 

At Autonomie, we are committed to promoting positive mental health in young people living with disabilities and this practical and fun social activities programme offers young people a chance to have new experiences, meet new people and be part of a community.

What Next? Programme runs every Wednesday and Thursday

What Next? Programme runs every Wednesday and Thursday

What Next? Programme starts back today (Wednesday 25th of July) and and runs every Wednesday and Thursday.

Suitable for young people aged between 16 and 25 living with physical disabilities and mild/moderate learning disabilities, this activities programme will offer participants a chance to develop life skills, have new experiences, build friendships and more!

Designed to promote positive mental health, What Next? delivers fun-packed activities every Wednesday and Thursday at Finaghy Youth Centre, Belfast, 10.00 am to 2.00 pm.

Day two of What Next Programme promotes positive mental health

Day two of What Next Programme promotes positive mental health

Day two of the What Next? Programme took place on Thursday 5th of July, and to make sure everyone was awake and ready to face a new day, we did some gentle aerobic exercises to promote positive mental health. Following this, participants took part in a session on what we feel is the most important thing about ourselves; what is important to us; what annoys us and how we should consider other people before we react or speak.