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Farndale Care & Support Services

Description

  • Transitional Support
  • We can offer 24-hour support in the Service Users home
  • Offer 24-hour support on our short break scheme
  • Morning, afternoon, evening and overnight support
  • Sleep ins
  • Waking nights
  • Independent living skills/training
  • Community support to access activities/day services
  • We offer day centre support that can include bowling, cinema, swimming, art and craft groups, bingo, music groups, fishing, golf, meal prep, health and safety (how to keep safe), day trips, the Deep, nature walks, accompanying to health appointments.
  • We have two-day centre lodges
  • Short- and long-term support packages
  • Our residential home is for Learning disabilities for 18years upward

Location
21 Rowan Avenue
Norwood Grange
Beverley
HU17 9UN
Parking and accessibility
Accessible parking available
Staff training and experience

  • We do not employ volunteers
  • Epilepsy training
  • Buccal training
  • Lifting and handling

Contact
Kathleen Fairbrass
(01482) 872015
Farndale Care & Support Services
21 Rowan Avenue
Norwood Grange
Beverley
HU17 9UN
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Description

  • Transitional Support
  • We can offer 24-hour support in the Service Users home
  • Offer 24-hour support on our short break scheme
  • Morning, afternoon, evening and overnight support
  • Sleep ins
  • Waking nights
  • Independent living skills/training
  • Community support to access activities/day services
  • We offer day centre support that can include bowling, cinema, swimming, art and craft groups, bingo, music groups, fishing, golf, meal prep, health and safety (how to keep safe), day trips, the Deep, nature walks, accompanying to health appointments.
  • We have two-day centre lodges
  • Short- and long-term support packages
  • Our residential home is for Learning disabilities for 18years upward

Costs

£14.68 per hour

Opening times

Mondays 24-7

Tuesdays 24-7

Wednesdays 24-7

Thursdays 24-7

Fridays 24-7

Saturdays 24-7

Sundays 24-7

Age
0-99
How to access
  • You can self refer by contacting the service
  • Your GP or health worker can refer you
Who is this for?
  • Any type of disability or learning difficulty
  • Anyone with a disability or SEN, diagnosis not needed.