Activities are developed to:
Reflect an individual’s assessed needs and strengths.
Encourage participation in local community facilities.
Balance intellectual, cognitive, physical, creative, social and healthy living activities.
Encourage new experiences and opportunities.
All this can be achieved through T R U S T
give time to process information
respect the uniqueness of each person
understand each person’s individuality
give active support to meet the needs of the person
build a mutual trust to achieve good results
Examples of activities:
- Social & independent living skills
- Travel training/Shopping
- Cookery & nutrition
- Literacy & communication
- Religious & cultural experience
- Art & craft
- Music therapy
- Drama therapy
- Movement therapy
- Speech therapy
- Occupational therapy
The programmes are drawn up to reflect the requirements and needs of the individual.