Abbey View operates between 8.30am – 4.30pm Mon-Fri. Requests for services during the evenings and weekends are welcome. The service does not operate on bank holidays.
All facilities within Abbey View are at ground level and there is disabled access. There is a spacious communal area, kitchen, dining room, several activity/meeting rooms, toilets, changing area and a shower room. The building is furnished and maintained to a high standard and is equipped with lifting and handling equipment.
Our aim is to engage individuals in meaningful opportunities and our approach to activities is flexible and responsive to the needs of the people we support. We offer a regular programme of fun and rewarding activities including Tiger Feet (dance sessions), voluntary work, bowling, gym sessions, swimming, cookery, craft, drama and computer courses. We also offer and arrange ‘one off’ activities such as day trips, coffee mornings and visits to places of interest.
The nature of this service means that registration with CQC is not required. We do, however operate our own robust quality monitoring system and are able to demonstrate that we are achieving positive outcomes for the people we support.
If you would like to know more about our services at Abbey View please get in touch.
Age range:17-18 yrs , 19-24 yrs , 25-44 yrs , 45-64 yrs , 65-74 yrs , 75-84 yrs
We work with people who have a learning disability as defined and recognised by the County Council, who have passed their 18th birthday. This includes people who have mobility, physical and mental health problems as well as their learning disability. We are not able to help people who need full-time nursing care
Please contact us for more information regarding costs.
Abbey View is a single storey building with wheelchair access throughout.
There is an adapted bathroom/changing room and access to a hoist.
We have access to a vehicle adapted for use with a wheelchair.
Last updated - 22/11/21
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