Stars in the Sky is a dating and friendship service for adults with learning difficulties. Our central branch is based in Haringey, London, UK.
Since our launch in 2005 we have won two Community Care Awards and Channel 4 have made a documentary about us called ‘Truly, Madly, Deeply’. You can watch it here.
To join you have to:
*Have a learning disability/difficulty.
*Be over the age of 18.
Becoming a member is easy, full details and application forms can be found on our join us page.
We also have an Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) group called Skittles. More information about this group can be found here .
Stars in the Sky is a social enterprise that believes in empowering people with learning difficulties through:
*Choices in leisure activities.
*Giving people the opportunities to develop new relationships.
*Investing any profit in supporting people with learning difficulties to develop their business ideas.
*Being involved in the decision making of the company.
Challenging negative views of people with learning difficulties.
Stars in the Sky started in (London) Tottenham and are proud to be a Haringey business. The directors and secretary are also Haringey residents.
Stars in the Sky are committed to people with learning difficulties having the opportunities to:
*Meet new people.
*Develop and sustain friendships and relationships with people from her boroughs
*Experience the leisure activities available in different places
*Stars in the Sky plan to one day be a national organisation.