Our Projects

We run a range of fun, inclusive creative learning programmes, from singing and signing choirs to sensory drama, creative digital media and fabulously glittery arts and crafts.

In this section, you'll find information on all the projects we run, what they involve, who they're for and how you can join.

  • AbleWeb York

    Our community multimedia programme, providing weekly training sessions, community media projects and outreach workshops co-led by our AbleWeb York apprentices. AbleWeb is run by and for adults with learning difficulties, disabilities, and mental health issues. 

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  • Hands and Voices

    Our inclusive singing and signing choir, set up in 1997 to help adults with communication and learning difficulties communicate through music and performance.  The Hands & Voices programme includes weekly rehearsals during term-time and an apprentice training programme. We also put on regular performances across the city and deliver outreach workshops co-led by our Hands & Voices apprentices.

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  • IMPs (Inclusive Music Projects)

    Year-round fun, inclusive music activities for disabled and non-disabled children and young people. The IMPs programme includes after school clubs for under-11s, weekly sessions during term time for 11 - 25 year-olds, holiday activities, and an apprentice training programme. We also deliver outreach workshops in schools, youth groups and other community settings, co-led by our IMPs apprentices.

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  • iMUSE

    iMUSE provides a relaxing and creative space for you to explore. It uses relaxation, sound, and visuals to help reduce stress, anxiety and improve your mood and enhance communication. iMUSE has been shown to be of benefit to adults with complex needs, older people and people with mental health issues.

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  • Sensory Programme

    A range of sensory-based creative activities specially designed for adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities. Activities include music, movement, drama, arts and crafts. The sessions help participants to develop communication, motor and learning skills and provide opportunities to socialise and have fun with friends. 

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