St Elizabeth’s Adult Care Services has 13 individual bungalows which provide care and support for adults of all ages (19 and over). Each bungalow is an individual home with a peer group of people who are of a similar age and have similar support needs.
The people who live at St Elizabeth’s Centre in a residential care placement have epilepsy, learning disability and sometimes other associated health issues. For further details on these services click here
Pathway to Idependence
One of our on-site cottages is currently accommodating residents who wish to develop their independence skills.
These residents are completing the national NPTC Award, and have personal targets that they wish to achieve depending on their current skill level. These targets cover a wide spectrum, with some residents hoping to move into the community and live independently, others wanting to develop skills to enable them to be less dependent on staff support.
The admission criteria for those who choose to participate in this training programme is epilepsy, learning disability and sometimes other associated health issues. For further details on this programme click here
St Elizabeth’s currently operates four Social Enterprises:
- The Jewellery Project
- The Drawing Room
- The Orchard Project
A fifth project to recycle clothing is planned for later in the year.
These projects are available not only to residents but to people in the surrounding areas who wish to participate in meaningful work experience. The projects are suitable for people with complex health needs and learning disability. For further details of this service click here
St Elizabeth’s Day Services offer a wide variety of stimulating activities for residents of all ages (19 and over). There are over 40 activities to choose from, and the experienced staff team will assist applicants to choose a programme that suits them best, depending on their interests and wishes.
Day Services at St Elizabeth’s can meet the needs of people with a variety of support needs. Some people have epilepsy, others will have complex health needs. All day opportunities, including Social Enterprises, are supported by our on-site health agency, and we welcome applications from people with high support needs, as well as those who require less support.
St Elizabeth’s has just opened a modern 5-bed respite suite. With a proven track record of providing high quality respite care, we are able to offer placement to people in the surrounding area who have epilepsy and other complex health conditions.
We are able to offer emergency admissions, and our multidisciplinary team of experts are on hand for a full re-assessment of need,.
Many people in the area choose to come to St Elizabeth’s when their carers or family are on holiday. A full range of day opportunities is offered to people who use our respite facilities. For further details of this service click here