Learning Disability Day Service - Strathy Close
We are a Council run day service for adults with learning disabilities who need a high level of support - including help with personal care where needed.
The team work with individual service users (and their carers) to develop a personal support plan that includes their preferred activities and supports them to develop skills, knowledge and self-esteem to help maximise their potential.
The Service offers a programme of interactive, sensory and physical activities that helps develop independence, promote a healthy lifestyle. They make good use of nearby sports and leisure facilities to increase choice and ensure a community presence.
Referrals are accepted from social workers, people with NHS Continuing Healthcare funding and self-funders.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Veronica Chapman (Ronnie)
- Contact Position
- Assistant Team Manager
- 0118 9375346 (Mon - Thurs: 8.45 am - 4.15 pm / Fri: 8.45 am - 3.45 pm) 0118 9375346 (Mon - Thurs: 8.45 am - 4.15 pm / Fri: 8.45 am - 3.45 pm)
Where to go
- Learning Disability Day Service
- RG30 2PP
Directions to RG30 2PP
Strathy Close is avaiable for hire weekends and evenings only - for further information please contact Amanda Burton on 01189372388
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Open Monday to Friday 9am - 4.00pm
- Time of day
- Please contact the service for further information regarding costs.
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Referral for adullts under 25 please contact Children & Young Persons Team (CYPDT) - 01189372225
Referral for adullts over 25 please contact Adult Disability Team (ADT) - 01189373742
- Other notes
Our Facilities Include:
- Single storey buildings with wheelchair access
- Personal care rooms with tracking hoist facilities
- Accessible garden
- Purpose built sensory space
Activities Provided Include:
- Boccia at local leisure centres
- Service User Forum
- Sensory cooking
- Partnership working with Reading College & other local providers
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