supporting people to live more independently

Step One supports people to live more independently

We encourage people to take a first step to being in control of their future and fulfilling their potential.

We encourage people to take a first step to being in control of their future and fulfilling their potential

We are Step One. 

We work with a diverse range of people who may have a mental health issue and/or a hidden disability such as an autism spectrum condition.

Our supportive staff work in the community and at our dedicated facilities, including a newly refurbished hospital and supported living residences.

Part of our approach is considering a person’s wider wellbeing which could be affecting their mental health, their ability to work, or to be a part of their community.

 As well as supporting individuals, the ‘BeWell@StepOne’ project aims to support communities and businesses to understand and support their own, and other’s, mental health and wellbeing through online and face-to-face learning opportunities and supportive groups. 

We are a Devon-based charity with over 80 years’ experience in providing specialised support throughout the county. 

Do you, or does someone else, need help now?

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We've been busy working on a great new project 😊

📢 Come back on Monday to see what we've been working on - and who we've been working with!

⏰ 19.04.21

We already know that Amy, our BeWell@StepOne Training Manager, is pretty amazing, but we'd like you to meet her as she prepares for her epic challenge of running the London Marathon 2021 for Step One Charity 🏃‍♀️😊
#LondonMarathon2021 #AmyLondonMarathon2021 #supportstepone

Our deepest sympathies are with our patron, Her Majesty The Queen, on the sad news of the death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Our thoughts are with The Queen and her family at this difficult time.

April is #stressawarenessmonth. The past year has been stressful for all, but research conducted by @stressmgtsoc reveals the true impact of COVID-19 on the nation through a survey of 2000 British adults. 65% felt more stressed as a result of the pandemic.

For #WorldAutismAwarenessWeek, we've shared some common misconceptions about autism to raise awareness about what autism is not.
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how people interact with the world around them.
Follow @autism to get the facts on autism

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