Community Connectors Service

About the Community Connectors Service

The Community Connectors Service supports adults with disabilities to find and attend suitable activities and groups in the local community. The main aim of the pan-disability service is to:

  • encourage people to build new friendships
  • Involve people in community groups & activities
  • Promote independence & well-being
  • Gain new skills

Before arranging support, the service takes into consideration a person’s interests and what they want to achieve. The service then works with the person to identify suitable activities and arrange support where needed.

The case studies below describe how the service can support people through activities such as leaning new hobbies and interests, travel training and keeping active.

Case studies
File type Document File size
pdf Being active 428 KB
pdf Travel training 571 KB
pdf Hobbies and interests 443 KB

Eligibility criteria

The Community Connectors Service is available to people who have been assessed as having eligible social care needs.

To find out if you are eligible for the Community Connectors Service, contact the NPT Gateway:

Transport information

Transport to and from the service is not assumed function but, an assessed need.  This will be considered during the assessment process.  If you are assessed as requiring transport, this will be arranged for you by your social worker and the Connector Team.

Paying for services

If you are eligible for the Community Connectors Service, there may be a charge. This will depend on your financial circumstances, what other services are being provided by the authority and the number of sessions that you require the service.

Find out more about paying for care

Further information:

For more information about our Community Connectors Service, please contact the Neath Port Talbot Gateway:

  • Tel: 01639 686802
  • E-mail:
  • Opening Hours: 8.30am - 5pm, Monday to Thursday, 8.30am – 4.30pm, on Fridays