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Can Do

Can Do is a skills development programme for individuals aged 16-35 with a disability or long term health condition.

As the country has moved into a new lockdown at the start of 2021, Can Do has moved most of the community activities that we usually run onto digital platforms – keeping people connected in a fun and engaging way.

Show me you can

Regular exercise makes you fitter and stronger, but it is also healthy for your mind and boost your mental health.

Get active with workouts by Paralympian, Olivia Breen!

Find out more about our 15 minute workouts

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Getting involved with Can Do

All projects focus on skill development and confidence building through fun and engaging activities designed around the interests of participants.

If a 16 hour Building Communities project is attended and completed, you can get a City & Guilds certificate or an SQA Award.

We are now offering both community based sessions and virtual sessions. All community sessions will ensure the safety of everyone involved, taking extra precautions with COVID safety arrangements.

Can Do enquiry

If you would like more information or have any questions then please complete the enquiry form below.

So we can check if we deliver Can Do in your area

Stay in touch

We’d like to keep you updated about how we support disabled people to live, learn and work as independently as they choose.

We’ll let you know how you can support our vision and get involved through fundraising, volunteering and campaigning opportunities.

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You can update or remove your personal details any time by contacting us by email at supporter@leonardcheshire.org or by calling us on 0300 303 0074.