We are proud that all service users are supported to create their own personal weekly activity programme. Each service has their own Activity Coordinator or Support Workers who work hard with service users, their families and those closest to them to find out what is important to them and to ensure that they are offered activities they enjoy.
The Activity Coordinators and Support Workers also support and encourage service users to develop their domestic, social and communication skills. Each service user has their own person-centred activity timetable in a format they choose. Service users have a lot of activities to choose from, both within the service, and in the surrounding area. Many of our services have sensory rooms, as well as spaces dedicated to arts and crafts. Our care homes and hospitals also have training kitchens to provide independent living skills, helping people prepare for moving on to supported living. External activities can be accessed via various social inclusion activities within the local area, and individuals are supported to utilise all that is on offer.