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The Pavilion Project (Adult Short Breaks)

The service has been set up to support clients with the personal development during times when they are not in college, work placements or community provision. It is our aim to work with education establishments, families and carers to help further develop established skills.

Through a range of practical activities and social inclusion we aim to ensure the client has the opportunity to explore their own potential.

Core sessions include:

By providing core activities we will endeavour to provide clients with the tools to experience new possibilities and opportunities whilst building on their personal strengths and helping to develop new skills. Although principal activities are offered, the client will have the autonomy to make choices about activities that they would like to try and take part in and time will be spent listening to the client. We believe it is important to find out what they have done, what they are currently doing and what they would like to do in the future. By building on past experiences the client will relate their activity choices to their current interests.

By introducing clients to new experiences with us, we will assist them in adapting to change. They will be encouraged to be proactive at all times and supported to self-assess their development. This will help them to recognise their individual and team achievements and identify areas for further development.

Who to contact

07966 032 268

Where to go

Name of Venue
The Pavillion Project
Venue Address
Bowdon Vale Cricket Club
Priory Street
WA14 3BH
Venue Notes

To ensure that individuals have a choice and are involved in a fulfilling activity the core day sessions will be limited to 15 clients per day. During the college holidays a maximum of 20 clients will be considered depending on type of activities and staff ratios.

Additional respite hours may be considered and negotiated. Once the weekday service is established respite activities will be offered with the traditional home from home service being replaced by a weekend break, taking part or watching sports events, picnics and other suggested activities relevant to the client's interests.

Who is it for?

Supporting People With
Learning disability
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum
Communication impairment
Profound or Multiple Needs
Hearing impairment
Visual impairment

How to use this service

Referral Required?
Cost Information
£49 including transport if needed. £1 per week for baking & cooking sessions. Service users to bring packed lunch
Last updated date:
19 October 2017


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