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Making a Difference Every Day

Leeds DCA 2

Fearnville is a supported living service for adults with learning disabilities.



Fearnville Group

Service Description

Fearnville is a detached property which provides accommodation for 5 clients, with disabled access available for 2 clients.

This service is close to many facilities and amenities, such as shops and a sports centre. The house is staffed 24 hours a day including waking nights. The service is registered to provide domiciliary care.

Aims and Objectives of the Service

Fearnville aims to:

  • Provide continuous care and support aimed at assisting individuals to maintain and develop new skills.
  • Promote self reliance whilst increasing and developing new skills with the goal of living independently or with less support.
  • Develop and promote the supported living ethos of community living and facilitate community links for individuals with a learning disability.
  • Provide a safe living environment, working in co-operation with wider care agencies and families.

What does the Service offer

Person centred support and care for each individual living at the service.

Trained professional staff.

Focus upon maintenance of established skills and development of new ones.

Always aiming to meet the changing needs of the clients.

Excellent services for the clients.

Promotion of diversity, equality and inclusion.

Enabling each person to enjoy community access and supported holidays if needed.

Who should be referred to this service?

Adults with learning disabilities who require 24 hour support, individuals looking to maintain/enhance their independence skills or individuals with low level challenging behaviours.

This service is open to individuals of any gender.

Who can refer?

Care Management.

Contact Details

Project Manager: Kate Holmes

Email: kateh@st-annes.org.uk

Southleigh Road

Service Description

The service is situated in Beeston just off Dewsbury Road and is close to a very good bus network into Leeds city centre.

The service is a semi-detached house with 5 bedrooms, 2 of these being ground floor. There is a living room, kitchen, laundry room and a walk in shower room.

The house is staffed 24 hours a day with 1 sleep-in, no waking night staff.

Aims and Objectives of the Service

Provide continuous support aimed at aiding individuals to increase and develop new skills with the goal of living independently.

A safe living environment working in co-operation with wider care agencies and families.

To develop and promote the supported living ethos of community living, and facilitate community links for individuals.

What does the Service offer

The service offer:

  • Provision of financial guidance where needed
  • Promotion of diversity, equality and inclusion.
  • Excellent service for our clients.
  • To adapt the service to meet the changing needs of the clients
  • Provision of opportunity for self improvement.
  • Trained and professional staff
  • Person centred support for each individual accessing the service.
  • For the individuals to access and enjoy community based activities and enable individual to enjoy supported holidays

Who should be referred to this service?

Adults with learning disabilities

Individuals who require 24 hour support.

Individuals looking to maintain / enhance their independence skills.

Who can refer?

Joint care management team.

Contact Details

Project Manager: Vikki Harratt

Email: vikki.harratt@st-annes.org.uk

Victoria Park Grove

Service Description

The service is situated in Bramley, close to Bramley town centre, offering access to local facilities and amenities.

The service is 2 bungalows in their own grounds all fully disabled accessible..

The bungalows are staffed 24 hours a day with a waking night and 1 sleep-in staff member.

Aims and Objectives of the Service

Victoria Park Grove aims to:

  • Provide continuous support aimed at aiding individuals to increase and develop new skills with the goal of living independently.
  • To provide a safe living environment working in co-operation with wider care agencies and families.
  • To develop and promote the supported living ethos of community living, and facilitate community links for individuals.

What does the Service offer

The service offer:

  • To enable individual to enjoy supported holidays .
  • Provision of financial guidance where needed
  • Promotion of diversity, equality and inclusion.
  • Excellent service for our clients.
  • To adapt the service to meet the changing needs of the clients
  • Provision of opportunity for self improvement.
  • Trained and professional staff
  • Person centred support for each individual accessing the service.
  • For the individuals to access and enjoy community based activities.

Who should be referred to this service?

Young adults with learning disabilities, sensory or physical disabilities and/or personal care needs who may require high level of support.

The service is open to Individuals of either gender.

Individuals who require 24 hour support.

Who can refer?

Joint care management team

Contact Details

Project Manager: Vikki Harratt

Email: vikki.harratt@st-annes.org.uk