One way in which we do this is through our work with people who have a learning disability which we have been doing for over 30 years. We’ve supported many people of all ages and support needs, helping them through a range of high quality services to lead more satisfying, healthy and fulfilled lives.
We’ve got a great team of passionate, committed people delivering these services and we’re proud of what we have enabled people to achieve. We focus on the individual and work with people with learning and physical disabilities of all ages and all levels of need.
Supporting people with learning disabilities and complex needs to live in their own homes and communities.
Our Supported Living Service enables people with low level support needs to those with more complex learning and physical disabilities to live in their own homes and be part of their local communities. Our team of experienced staff support people with day to day activities such as personal care, shopping, cooking, managing money, managing their home and much more. We encourage people to try new hobbies and activities to widen their experience, develop skills, maintain contact with family, make new friends and keep in touch with old ones.
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The FX Project offers personalised, individual care and support for individuals with more profound and complex learning and physical disabilities.
Our day centre in Preston is fully accessible and has three ‘Changing Places’ bathrooms to provide personal care appropriate to the needs of the people we support.
Our experienced team of support workers and a nurse are fully committed to putting the needs of the individual first. We work closely with Social Services and local health services to provide a high standard of care taking into account the views and wishes of the individual, their families and carers. We work flexibly and people can attend on a full or part time basis depending on their needs and wishes.
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The VIP Project offers opportunities for people to make friends, try new activities and learn new skills. Our day project provides a range of stimulating activities and learning opportunities for people with learning disabilities in a safe caring environment.
We want people to flourish, gain confidence and develop communication skills in a supportive and active way. Our day project in Ashton is completely accessible and people can attend on a full or part time basis depending on their needs and wishes.
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Join our bank of Sessional Support Workers that provide direct support to people who have learning disabilities. This is the perfect opportunity to gain skills and experience without committing to a permanent post or enable a gradual return to work after a break. As a casual worker you’ll have the flexibility and access to shifts that fit in with your lifestyle.
We are looking to expand our team of nurses to support the delivery of person centred services to people who have a learning disability and complex health care needs. Working as part of a team you will be offering high quality nursing support. We have opportunities on casual basis with flexible hours to suit.
If you would like to apply for any of the current vacancies, please download the relevant application pack via the links above. For further information or if you would like to register your interest in any future positions, please complete the form below:
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org | TELEPHONE: 01772 732313
218 Tulketh Road
Ashton on Ribble
Tel: 01772 732313
Fax: 01772 768726
PLUNGINGTON COMMUNITY CENTRE
Tel: 01772 827840
Centre for Adoption Support (CfAS)
T: 01925 534 118
Innovation Forum, 51 Frederick Road,
Salford M6 6FP
T 0161 743 3698
Concurrent Planning (Babies 0-3years)
T 0161 743 3682
2 Long Lane
Tel: 01228 595937
23 Sedgwick Street
Tel: 01772 561323