Safe Soulmates wants to help you to have safe friendships and relationships.
We work closely with Dhiverse who are based in Cambridge. Dhiverse provide one-to-one support, as well as group sessions to discuss issues around creating positive relationships and friendships.
If you would like to speak to Liz MacKenzie from Dhiverse or Vicky and Christine about any issues you may be facing to do with your personal relationships, please complete the form here.
Some useful resources
The Supported Loving network has produced a series of guides to support people with additional needs to gain knowledge around sex and relationships.
The ABC Programme run by Liz MacKenzie aims to help adults with learning disabilities and autism have positive relationships.
Particularly they help with:
- Understanding relationships
- Being assertive and communication skills
- Keeping safe and taking risks
- Staying safe online and in the community
- Sexual health
- Anger management
Click here to find out more about their service and to find their referral form if you would like one-to-one support.
Useful Dhiverse sexual health guides.
Having the conversations or having the right words
An effective abbreviation to recognise the diverse spectrum of sexual gender and identities.
L = Lesbian
G = Gay
B = Bi-Sexual
T = Transgender
Q = Queer/Questioning
I = Intersex
A = Asexual
+ = Inclusivity
If you need help understanding your identity and you want to talk to people who have been through a similar experience to you, please email email@example.com or ask us to contact them on your behalf. We warmly welcome everyone, regardless of sexuality or gender identity, we are a safe space where you can be yourself.
Useful LGBTQA+ resources