CLASP Wokingham

CLASP Wokingham

At a glance


  • Learning disabilities / difficulties

Other details

Organisation type: 
Geographical remit: 


CLASP is a self-advocacy charity for adults with learning disabilities living in the Wokingham Borough. Self-advocacy is when you speak up for yourself about the things that are important to you. CLASP supports people with learning disabilities to do this, with the aim of helping them to live more independently and to create positive change in the community.  As a user-led organisation, the people we support are at the centre of everything we do. Over 50% of the Board of Trustees has learning disabilities and we employ people with learning disabilities, as well as providing voluntary opportunities. Our members, who are ‘experts by experience’, are fully and meaningfully involved in shaping and delivering our projects.


Our current projects include a member-led training group, a campaigning group and a hate crime awareness project. CLASP now also runs the Wokingham Learning Disability Partnership Board. This network aims to improve outcomes for people with learning disabilities and their families in the local area. 

CLASP gives people with learning disabilities the opportunity to show people what they can achieve, focusing on their abilities rather than their disability.

No current opportunities

Search for volunteer opportunities with other organisations.