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Access All Areas

Access All Areas is a free event to help young people and adults with a learning disability and/or autism live a great and healthy life.

About the event

Following the great success of the last 3 Access All Areas events, this year we will be holding 2 free face-to-face events to promote equality for young people and adults with learning disabilities and autism. Family and carers are welcome too.

Joining us at the events will be organisations and services that are based in Buckinghamshire, who want to support young people (over 14 years old) and adults with a learning disability and/or autism to stay healthy, fulfilled (physically, mentally and emotionally) and as independent as possible.

The event will focus on 4 key areas:

1) Health- free health and blood pressure checks

2) Staying fit – advice on exercise and healthy eating

3) Education and work- help and advice to find employment

4) Community safety- find out how to keep yourself safe when out in the community

We can't wait to see you all again!

Book your tickets to the Aylesbury event

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The North event

The Access All Areas event will take place in Aylesbury on Friday 21 October 2022 between 10 am and 4pm.

It will take place at:

The Gateway,
Gatehouse Road,
Aylesbury,
HP19 8FF

Parking: Free and disabled parking is available in front of the building.

Accessible information: All stalls and activities are on the ground floor which is flat and accessible for wheelchairs.

There are disabled toilets available.

We will have a quiet room should anyone need to access a quiet space.

Quiet times for the event will be 10am to 11 am and 3pm to 4pm.

Book your tickets for the North event

Book your free tickets now on Eventbrite.

Book your tickets to the Wycombe event

The South event

The Access All Areas event will take place in High Wycombe on Thursday 27 October 2022 from 10am to 4pm.

It will take place at:

Highcrest Academy,
High Wycombe,
HP13 7NQ

Parking: Free and disabled parking is available at the site.

Accessible information: Stalls and activities are in separate buildings, however they are all accessible by flat access and accessible for wheelchairs.

To reach some of the buildings you will need to move outside between buildings.

There are disabled toilets available.

We will have a quiet room should anyone need to access a quiet space.

Quiet times for the event will be 10am to 11 am and 3pm to 4pm.

Book your tickets for the South event

Book your free tickets now on Eventbrite.