We have two excellent services for disabled children and adults in Chester.
Concorde House day service supports disabled people in Nottingham and surrounding areas to take part in a range of centre and community-based activities.
We offer a wide range of high-quality activities for adults with complex learning, physical and sensory impairments.
The environment is supportive and friendly. You can take part in a varied and well-organised programme of social, educational and leisure activities, including music, sensory communication and art.
Support for disabled adults at home or in the local community
Our friendly team supports disabled adults to develop their independence, confidence, maintain skills and gain new ones. Whether it's for a few hours during the day or week, we support disabled people with:
Do you need support with personal care or want to try something new outside your home? Whether it's for a few hours, a day or evening, we can support you individually or in joining a local group. For example:
Whether you want a full-time job or support to build work experience and skills, we'll work with you to help you become work ready. We offer, for individuals or groups:
- CV writing
- interview practice
- career coaching
- confidence and esteem building
- job searching
To find out more, please call 0845 609 0025 or send us an email.
Our flexible person-centred approach means we work with disabled people as individuals. Our experience working with people with a range of physical disabilities, learning difficulties and communication difficulties allows us to provide relevant and enjoyable programmes that take account of your changing needs.
This service offers groups of disabled adults of all ages the opportunity to learn new skills and enjoy a range of indoor and outdoor leisure and social activities, such as:
Scope in Staveley, near Kendal, Cumbria offers a range of services for disabled adults of all ages, including:
Orchard Manor, Scope’s Transition Service in Hertfordshire, is designed for young disabled people aged 18–26 with complex care support needs, physical impairments and significant learning difficulties.
We offer an environment which is supportive, stimulating, vibrant and challenging. Our person-centred approach supports young people to develop and enhance their social and life skills in preparation for adult life.