Since 2010 we have expanded! We now cover 11 local authority areas and have a number of spin-off projects, including:
Exciting activities for adults with autism and Asperger’s syndrome in Kirklees.
No Limits is a brand new project designed for people with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome that want to take part in exciting social activities, both online and face-to-face.
No Limits means following your own interests and trying something new, such as: –
- Outdoor adventures, like rock climbing, canoeing, or cycling
- Going to festivals
- Enjoying Arts and cultural activities
- Plus much more…
What we do is up to you! Part of what makes No Limits unique is that we offer different kinds of exciting activities that are developed by our members.
Joining No Limits
- No Limits is open to people with Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome.
- You must be over 18 and living in Kirklees.
- Membership is free – You only pay for the activities you do.
- Get out and about enjoying exciting activities in Kirklees and beyond.
- Be supported to make decisions and plan our events.
- Meet new people and make friends.
- No Limits can support you to take part in a safe and fun way. We will always spend time getting to know you and what you enjoy doing.
Hum Tum (Urdu for ‘You and Me’) is a friendship agency especially for people with learning disabilities from Asian communities based in Bradford.
Hum Tum was set up by Luv2meetU and Asian community organisation Hamara in 2011, to take into account the cultural and religious needs of people from Asian communities.
Hum Tum is based on developing friendships, allowing people to enjoy a healthy social life and make friends in environments that are familiar and comfortable to them.
Hum Tum provides social activities both online and face-to-face, such as Bollywood evenings, Henna painting evenings and ladies or gentleman only evenings. Members also join together to celebrate religious festivals such as Diwali.
Activities take place in appropriate venues, such as those not serving alcohol.
How is Hum Tum run?
Hum Tum actively encourages involvement from people with learning disabilities and their families within the Asian community.
Like Luv2meetU, Hum Tum has robust risk assessment procedures, and members and carers are involved in deciding what type of events to run.
What Carers say about Hum Tum
“Ali absolutely loves coming out with Hum Tum. I tell him to give it a miss one night but he refuses! He said he has made friends and wants to see them. He didn’t have any social life before Hum Tum and now I can’t get him to stay home!”
“I really, really appreciate all the work you do and believe me for Begum to miss her Tuesday club and come to your event is a big way of showing how much she loves Hum Tum.”