KeyRing’s approach connects people to their community through volunteers, staff and peer supports. The Bath network provides community based support to individuals with a learning disability, autism and mental health, via weekly hubs alongside our traditional 1:1 support.

The Bath Network runs a weekly drop in Hub hosted by our community enabler or volunteer. Members can bring letters and bills to the Hub, help plan and run sessions and socialise with other Members. The Hubs are open to Members in receipt of support and to those whose 1:1 support has ended 

Members can arrange 1:1 support sessions with the community enabler and volunteer, one to two hours a week. 

We offer flexible support with

  • Building independent living skills
  • Support with paperwork and forms 
  • Budgeting and personal financial management 
  • Help with phone calls 
  • Employment and volunteering 
  • Issues around housing and maintaining tenancies 
  • Social inclusion and community participation 
  • Support to access health and well-being services 
  • Signposting and support to access alternative services 
  • Out of Hours service 

KeyRing is involved in the Digital Inclusion and Digital Life Line project, supporting our Members to have safe access to the internet and digital devices. Our service is free to those in receipt of housing benefit.