Care for people with disability
|Organisation||Father Hudson's Society|
St George's House,
The organisation provides a range of services at Coleshill to support disabled people, those with learning disabilities and people who have complex care needs.
St Catherine’s Bungalows – person-centred care delivered by a well-trained, highly experienced and dedicated staff team. The purpose-built bungalows are home to sixteen people with a range of learning, physical and sensory disabilities. Each bungalow is personalised to the needs of the residents and encourages a small community environment in which people can flourish and grow. As well as care and support with daily living, St Catherine’s offers resident holidays and short breaks, social activities, community-based activities and support with medical appointments. Residents can also use the nearby St Catherine’s Day Service.
St Catherine’s Day Service – a busy and lively service providing community- and centre-based activities to people with complex care needs from the local community and beyond. Trained, dedicated support staff provide activities including cooking, arts and crafts, gardening, exercise and much more. Community activities include volunteering placements and college courses, as well as other opportunities and excursions. The service also provides specialist support services including speech and language, diet and physiotherapy amongst other things.
Domiciliary care and supported living – whether you live in your own home, or are a tenant of Father Hudson’s Care, the Domiciliary care team provides support with daily living needs and activities. Directed by you and your care plan, staff can support with a variety of tasks including personal care and grooming, meal preparation, going shopping and attending appointments, household tasks and much more. There is also a variety of accommodation available to rent from one- and two-bedroomed apartments to shared houses.
Community projects – some of our community projects also provide services for disabled people. Please visit the community projects page to learn more.
|Categories||Carers support,Health Advice and Guidance|