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Making a Difference Every Day


We provide support to adults with learning disabilities who live in two supported living services within the market town of Easingwold.

Service Description

The service is registered with the Care Quality Commission as a Domicilary Care Service.

Aims and Objectives of the Service

Our aim is to provide support to individuals who require help to live as independently as they can with the possibility that they maybe able to move on to live in their own accomodation indedendently. We adopt a person centred approach and pride ourselves on multi agency working.

Support packages are devised by the customer, Care Co-ordinator and the people who know them best. Support is reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that it is relevant and continues to meet the needs of the person being supported.

What does the Service offer?

We support people to live a full and active ilfe by enabling and empowering them to live as independently as possible, we currently provide support to:

Access services and activities in the community

  • Manage and take positive risks
  • Support individuals to develop daily living skills such as cooking, house work, shopping, meal planning, budgeting, reading and corresponding mail
  • Support people to lead a healthy lifestyle and encouarging exercise to promote health and well being
  • Support people to undertake volunteer work to lead into the possiblilty of paid work

Who should be referred to this service?

Learning Disability should be the primary disability and people who live here may also have mental health diagnosis

Who can refer?

Usually referrals come through Social Services Care Management

Contact Details

Rachel Alcock

Job Title: Project Manager

Email: rachel.alcock@st-annes.org.uk