Community Development//Health and Well-Being

Our Community Development and Health and Well-Being sessions offer service users the opportunity to experience new and exciting challenges. They can choose from a wide variety of activities and are given achievable targets. We record progression and reward performance and achievements.

Health & Well Being

We have our Gym club where service users can build up their confidence through personal and circuit training, swimming,  using the sports hall and trampolining, or try cycling and a wide range of group games.

 

Community Development

Conservation and environment (In partnership with Wirral Rangers), canoeing, kayaking and raft building, Duke of Edinburgh award, adventure holidays, hill walking, camp craft and outdoor skills, horse riding and team building challenges.

We also have our own newly refurbished narrow boat ‘The Enterprise’ and service users can spend a day on the canals participating in various activities such as National waterways conservation work, boat navigation, fishing, bird watching and hill walking.

Many of our activities can lead to a recognized qualification through the ASDAN program and and achievements such as  John Muir Awards, Gateway Awards, NICAS, BAGA, and Duke of Edinburgh Awards.

We have ongoing vacancies in our community and vocational services and can offer flexible opportunities throughout the week up to a full five day programme.

Based in several locations in Wirral, our services are extensive and offer a full range of activities and we are committed to delivering the best autism support available, here are our range of services for adults dealing with the autistic spectrum.

Our Admissions and Referrals Team

Services covered by our admissions team are Respite (Take a Break at The Ferns), Supported Living, Domiciliary care, Community & Vocational Service, and Residential services.

Our aim is to liaise closely with the individual, families, and local authorities to identify the service(s) required and to support them in identifying and securing funding. We will liaise with service managers to ensure a smooth transition for the individual into the services.

We are based in Oak House and our direct line for referrals or enquiries is 0151 482 3126.