Learning Disability Day Opportunities
Who do we support?
We provide meaningful day opportunities to adults with a learning disability, who also have a complex presentation of need.
We can support:
People with active behaviour management plans in place to manage behaviours
People with a learning disability who may also have other conditions
People with additional health requirements
People with complex needs that require medication both daily and/or in an emergency situation
People who need extra help with personal care
People with auditory and sensory impairments
The list of people we can provide support to isn’t exhaustive and each referral will be considered on an individual basis.
What we do?
We are located in Barry and deliver day opportunities from our two bases, as well as various community locations, serving citizens across the whole of the Vale.
We work with each person as an individual, building weekly programmes to empower them to achieve well-being outcomes or goals in areas such as work and volunteering, learning and independent living skills, healthy living, exercise and leisure, art and culture. We use person-centred planning so people have choice and control over their daily lives. We do ‘ordinary’ things in ‘ordinary’ places, with members of the local community.
Our service makes people feel valued, increases their independence, reduces social isolation and maximises their potential. We provide valuable, local respite to families and carers, enabling people to stay closer to home.
To access the service, you must request an assessment:
Request an Assessment