We provide a flexible and creative service for disabled children and young people up to the age of 18 years old. We recognise that each child and young person is different and how we support them varies in response to their needs and wants. We listen to each individual and their family in order to provide the best that we can for them.
For some children and young people, personal support enables them to access leisure activities and be part of their local community, in the same way as their mainstream peers. Our staff are trained and experienced, offering a wide range of skills and plenty of passion! Leisure activities have included bowling, cinema trips, horse riding, visiting theme parks, eating out, visiting museums, trips to London and its attractions and many other opportunities.
For others, personal support can offer a helping hand at home with particular activities such as personal care or helping to develop cooking skills.
We can also give assistance ‘out and about’, helping to develop all important life skills, such as using public transport, shopping etc.
We are proud of our service, both in how we respond to each individual in a unique and person centred manner, and in the range of support services that we can provide. We aim to strike a great balance of fun with learning, whilst keeping safe.
To find out more, please call Louise Redman (O'Driscoll) on 01932 567131.
Our personal support service is CQC inspected; please see the link below for the latest inspection report.