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Adult’s Service 18 years +

“Incredible staff, amazing activities on offer, very organised and extremely well trained and qualified.” – Laura, Mum

Our activities are fun, age-appropriate and often ambitious. Our ambition is to support our children and the young people we support to be able to do more, grow in confidence and reach their full potential. We try to promote independence and self-help as much as possible, listening and personalising their experience to their individual needs. 

We have a strong track record of helping teenagers transition into adulthood.

Referrals and visits

We welcome visits to our centre.

If you would like to speak to someone about our children services please contact  Lorraine Ewing or phone 01603 616094

 

Day Service Website
Our Day Service operates Monday - Friday 8:45 - 16:00 from our two specialist Adult's Service premises.

The individuals we support have various abilities to communicate, relate to, and access their world. We use assistive technology to support, change or modify an individual's ability to succeed at tasks that they otherwise may not be able to accomplish. We are committed to promoting greater independence through access to various technologies, exploring choice and opportunities and allowing individuals to communicate in their own way. 

We pride ourselves on promoting Intensive Interaction. This is a way of teaching communication skills to young people who have autism and profound and multiple learning difficulties. This approach uses the students' own language to communicate rather than expecting them to learn ours immediately. 

For students with higher levels of need, we will provide an individual timetable, balancing one-to-one support and group work to enable them to progress.

Referrals and visits

We welcome visits to our centre.

If you would like to speak to someone about our adult services please contact Lorraine Ewing or phone 01603 616094.

OOH Website
For anyone over 16, we offer a vibrant and varied programme which often takes place out in the community.

We offer evening and weekend social activities, including our regular Saturday Club which is held 46 times a year. Activities include trampolining, bowling, cinema, eating out, local attractions and swimming to name a few! 

People with complex disabilities are often marginalised and it’s assumed that they cannot participate or would not be interested in certain activities. Our Out of Hours Club demonstrates our passion for inclusion and empowering service users to live their life without limits. Our attendees nurture friendships, increase their confidence and socialise in a fun, safe environment.

If you would like to speak to someone about becoming an Out Of Hours Club member please contact Lorraine Ewing or phone 01603 616094

Day Service Website
Our Day Service operates Monday - Friday 8:45 - 16:00 from our two specialist Adult's Service premises.

The individuals we support have various abilities to communicate, relate to, and access their world. We use assistive technology to support, change or modify an individual's ability to succeed at tasks that they otherwise may not be able to accomplish. We are committed to promoting greater independence through access to various technologies, exploring choice and opportunities and allowing individuals to communicate in their own way. 

We pride ourselves on promoting Intensive Interaction. This is a way of teaching communication skills to young people who have autism and profound and multiple learning difficulties. This approach uses the students' own language to communicate rather than expecting them to learn ours immediately. 

For students with higher levels of need, we will provide an individual timetable, balancing one-to-one support and group work to enable them to progress.

Referrals and visits

We welcome visits to our centre.

If you would like to speak to someone about our adult services please contact Lorraine Ewing or phone 01603 616094.

OOH Website
For anyone over 16, we offer a vibrant and varied programme which often takes place out in the community.

We offer evening and weekend social activities, including our regular Saturday Club which is held 46 times a year. Activities include trampolining, bowling, cinema, eating out, local attractions and swimming to name a few! 

People with complex disabilities are often marginalised and it’s assumed that they cannot participate or would not be interested in certain activities. Our Out of Hours Club demonstrates our passion for inclusion and empowering service users to live their life without limits. Our attendees nurture friendships, increase their confidence and socialise in a fun, safe environment.

If you would like to speak to someone about becoming an Out Of Hours Club member please contact Lorraine Ewing or phone 01603 616094