Our care and support We can help if... you are a young adult Wednesday Club One of the ways we support young adults is through the ‘Wednesday Club’, which came about because some of them were socially isolated. The club was a way of bringing them together to make new friends and grow in confidence and self esteem. They were all very nervous at first, but soon realised how much they had in common and have developed some wonderful, supportive friendships that extend beyond Mountbatten. We enjoy arts and crafts with Marion Tasker, relaxation, music therapy, with Fraser Simpson, and mental health first aid training. We always share a delicious lunch and this is where our best conversations and ideas happen! We are currently planning and fundraising for a cruise next year. Wednesday Club is supported by two dedicated volunteers Sue and Mike who give up their time each week and without whom we could not continue. During school holidays we invite school-aged children to join us and we often participate in days out including trips to the donkey sanctuary, Osborne House, the bowling alley and several sailing experiences at UKSA and Fishbourne Sailing Club. Charles Huskinson, 21, from Newport, is among those benefiting from the club. He said: I come here because it makes me feel safe and secure. Since I’ve been coming, it’s helped me build my confidence. What's on at Wednesday Club 11am to 12:30pm - Creative Therapies Do you want to do something creative? Come and join in with this arts and crafts session 12:30pm to 1:30pm - Lunch and discussion forum Join us in the Sunflower Café, and voice your ideas for developing our services into the future. 1:30pm to 2pm - Relaxation group A peaceful and relaxing half hour - really helpful if you experience anxiety and stress 2pm to 2:45pm - Music group Come and have a go and make some noise, playing some different musical instruments.