Our Mission

Space Inclusive is an East Midlands based support provider founded in 2010 for people who have a learning disability and autism. We work with people in a range of ways to help them in their daily lives.

We recognise many of the challenges that people can face and we strive to support someone with their individual needs through providing access to a range of opportunities in three broad areas; skills for employment, skills for supported/independent living and social interaction.

We work with a variety of stakeholders; individuals, their families and loved ones, associated professionals and the local authority, to ensure that we follow a person-centred and objective-led plan that can bring about sustainable outcomes.

Our ethos remains consistent over the range of services that we provide. We place each person at the centre of their lives and look at how we can support their needs and aspirations through a range of practical, engaging and enjoyable opportunities. We encourage independence wherever possible and promote people moving towards interdependent and sustainable lives.

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Latest News

Clients from across the sites have been taking part in a Community Garden project in Sherwood. Clients are encouraged to take part in planting, flowers and vegetables, and keeping the area tidy and accessible. Taking pride in our community and giving back, teaching independent skills while socialising with friends. A joint project that is enjoyed
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Luminarium

This week clients from Cross Street, went on public transport to Mansfield, to visit the world-renowned Architects of Air Luminarium sculpture. This sensory experience was highly enjoyed by those who went. The Luminarium will be at Lakeside Arts, Nottingham at the end of May. LuminiMax combines smaller luminarium structures (Lumini) to create one magical experience.
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April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day, but we’ll continue celebrating autism awareness and acceptance across the entire month of April. Every autistic person is unique and how autism affects them will be unique too. Each person will have their particular strengths, along with areas where they might need support. That is why we take
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