Building based/Community Outreach
We believe people with learning disabilities should live the best life possible. So every day we create opportunities for people to take part in things they enjoy doing and help them make choices about when and where they do them.
Day Opportunities, or Day Services as some organisations refer to this service, are a vital element of achieving the goals of the Care Act and the Transforming Care Agenda, particularly for people with very complex needs and challenging behaviour. To genuinely ‘empower individuals’ and deliver the ‘right care, in the right place’, we need to do everything we can to ensure all our services help people to lead the lives they want and to fulfil their potential.
Our highly skilled staff teams support people to find hobbies they enjoy while setting and achieving personal goals to take control of their lives. We recognise that some people require high levels of support but we ensure they have opportunities to be involved in activities that are meaningful to them. Our flexible approach means that we can identify people who might have similar interests, allowing people to share support and make their individual budgets go further.
In depth support plan co-designed by parents/carers, professionals and the participant
Person Centred Learning Plans - to support life skills, independence and social skills
Daily/weekly communication Logs - including seizure charts, medication paperwork etc
Support for parents/carers if required for professional meetings
Opportunity to join a parent/carer forum, run by parents and carers
Monthly communication updates from assigned link workers