My Life is a charity that connects people with their communities.
We work with people of all ages and abilities who need support to live a good life, including children, young people and adults with disabilities, people with ill health or age-related problems, and people who generally feel lonely or isolated within their communities.
With My Life, you can live your best life.
Through My Life Support, we provide personalised care and support to people with complex and enduring needs – and their families – who have personal budgets or direct payments.
From planning and organising care, to recruitment, managing budgets and more, our support leads to verifiable improvements in health and wellbeing. We can help you too.Find out more
Dress as your favourite artist! Perform your favourite song! Who will win? You decide…
A night of live entertainment where the people of My-Life come together to compete and put on a show! Want to perform? Email email@example.com to confirm your act and reserve your free ticket!!
Remember! Both tickets and performance spaces are limited and once they’re gone, they’re gone!
For any enquiries please contact My-Life on: 01257472900.Find out more
Learn skills and develop relationships to help you live a good life and make friends along the way!
Join our adult programme for people with additional needs and receive your own personalised plan of exciting opportunities – workshops with talented artists and craftspeople, animal care, bushcraft, horticulture, catering, Duke of Edinburgh, sports, retail, social enterprise and more.Find out more
My Life Works is our new work-based venture enabling people with additional needs to learn new skills in work experience roles, and contribute to their community in a meaningful and productive way.
Based at Harlor House, we support people to have the confidence to progress through adulthood into world of work, be that through a job, volunteering, or as part of a micro-enterprise.Find out more
My Life is a charity that supports people of all ages, with and without disabilities.
Our aim is to reduce social isolation and loneliness by bringing people together so that they can meet new friends, build relationships, learn new things, gain confidence, be more independent, have fun, and take an active part in their local community.