Cherry Tree Dispersed Scheme (Leeds)

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Cherry Tree Dispersed scheme consists of two 4-bedroom residential homes named Orchard View and Cherry Tree.

Cherry Tree

About the service

The residential homes are situated in the small market town of Wetherby within a short distance from each other.

Orchard View offers a service for 4 adults who have a learning disability. The client age ranges from 50 to 80 years. The property is on three different levels but has a lift available to enable the access for clients with physical difficulties. There is also one bedroom with a tracking hoist available to support clients with complex needs.

Cherry Tree offers a service for 4 adults who have learning disability. The client age ranges are from 45 to 70 years. The property is on two different levels and is accessed via a staircase. There is one ground floor bedroom which has shower facilities. The main bathroom is on the first floor and can only be accessed via stairs.

Aims and Objectives of the Service

Our aim is to provide personalised care and support to each individual depending on their needs, wishes and preferences. We aim to ensure high quality care is delivered by well trained and a competent staff team.

Cherry Tree Dispersed Scheme offers 24/7 support for all clients in a homely environment. Our clients are supported in variety of areas including personal hygiene, life skills, budgeting, shopping, social outings, recreational activities, days out and holidays.

Who do we support?

Clients who have a learning disability within the age range of 50-80 year old who do not require nursing care.

How can I access this support?

Families, Care Managers, multi-disciplinary team members.

Contact Details

Project Manager:     Simone Woodley

Email: simone.woodley@st-annes.org.uk

 

Coronavirus (Covid 19) Statement

Due to the exceptional circumstances due to the ongoing Coronavirus (also known as Covid 19) and the Government rules about self-isolating it is very important to reduce the risk of cross infection to all our Clients and staff teams. Our teams are working hard to support all our clients and are committed to keeping everyone as safe as possible.

This means that, in most circumstances, and in line with government information regarding self-isolation and staying at home there should be no visitors to any of our services.

We know, however, that this will be very distressing for some of our Clients.

Therefore, we are saying there must be no visitors to services unless there are exceptional circumstances and the visit is essential.

Before a visit can take place, this must be risk assessed by the manager considering government advice and the individual circumstances. Before setting off on any visit to your relative/friend please get in contact with St Anne’s staff to discuss your visit.

Our services are using all kinds of technology, including social media to make sure that the people we support can stay in touch with those important to them