Day opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and autism

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Helping people to have fun

We provide high quality person-centred support and care in a creative and innovative way. Our day opportunities offer a range of activities, aimed at offering support and helping people to have fun, make friends and feel empowered.

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Everybody we work with has the opportunity to design packages that enable them to take control over the care and support they receive.

We are committed to giving people an increased sense of personal wellbeing and making them better able to live enriched lives in their own home or with families or carers for as long as possible.

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The support and activities on offer at each of our day centres includes:

  • Personal care
  • Social activities
  • Physical exercise
  • Mental stimulation
  • Therapeutic sessions
  • Carer respite
  • Access to assisted bathing facilities
  • A delicious midday meal
  • Drinks and snacks over the course of the day
  • Emotional support and wellbeing

Need to make a payment?

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Our three disability day centres are based at the following locations:

  • The Thicketford Centre, Thicketford Road, Bolton
  • The Jubilee Centre, Darley Street, Bolton
  • The Brazley Centre, Cedar Avenue, Horwich

For more information, please get in touch.