Our aim is to provide quality, meaningful and fulfilling daytime opportunities, which enable individuals to make choices about
how they wish to spend their day, whilst promoting independence and self-worth in a safe and supportive environment.
‘We will provide quality, meaningful and fulfilling daytime opportunities for people with a learning disability. We will enable
individuals to make choices about how they wish to spend their day, whilst promoting independence and self-worth in a safe
and supportive environment.’
Values:- The personal safety of individuals will be priority.- Everyone will be treated with respect and dignity at all times.- We will listen to and encourage individuals to make choices of how they wish to spend their day.- We will support individuals to achieve their hopes and dreams.- We will speak to individuals in a way they can understand using their preferred method of communication.- We will encourage individuals to take ownership of the day to day running of the service and be involved in decision making.- We will keep records and support plans to ensure individuals are supported in a person centred way and that their personal needs are met.- We recognise the importance of parents, carers and families in delivering a quality day service and will encourage them to be involved.- We will work in partnership with other agencies and community projects to allow more choice to individuals within the local community.Through meaningful structured and unstructured activities the day service will promote:Social Inclusion:Independance:Health & well-being- Maintaining friendships/making friends- Decision making- Excercise/sport- Communication- Managed risk taking- Diet/nutrition- Using community facilities/venues/leisure- Challenge- Hygiene- Enjoyment, humour, trust- Support to access advocacy services- Self-expression & creativity- Cultural needs including other languages