Service We Provide

Individuals who use Community Believe's services are encouraged to make choices, be happy, feel free, be safe, be well, and be themselves. We encourage people to work, play, and learn, to be responsible, socialise, participate, make friends, find love, follow their hearts, follow their dreams.

Who is it for?

For adults with:

  • Learning disability
  • Autism
  • Physical disability
  • Mental health

What is the cost?

Per an hourly session, it is from £19-£145. There is an additional small charge for meals and refreshment, which is not normally covered by the individual budget. The above cost is normally covered by client’s individual budget.

How to access the service: Just get in touch. There is a charge per session, though this can be met from a person personal budget, if they have one.

Attending the day care centre can benefit clients through:

  • Entertainment and educational activities
  • A safe, secure environment to spend the day
  • Developing their level of independence
  • Socialisation and peer support

Community Believe gives adults with learning, physical disabilities and autism the opportunity to meet new people, learn new skills and take part in meaningful activities which are outcome focussed.

We create stimulating and engaging activities for people with range of different needs and abilities. Activities include:

Gardening

Cooking

Sewing

Music

Art & Craf

Day Trip

Literacy

Mathematics

And lots more

All of our day services offer:

A safe and supportive place where people are encouraged and supported to get involved in activities which suit their needs and meet their agreed outcomes as identified in their support plan.

Person centred care

Community Believe promotes a person-centred approach to caring for adults, providing an environment that will encourage and entertain our clients. Our centre facilitates different activities including beauty sessions, painting, jewellery making, classic movie shows, gardening, dance sessions and board games amongst lots of other activities.

What Person centred care means to us:

  • Empowerment – our clients are empowered to make decisions that affect their lives and we ensure this by informing them about any decisions that need to be made, we also encourage family to include them in decision making.
  • Challenges - we are a learning organisation, we aim for continuous improvement and listen to ideas and suggestions for development and improvement. We challenge existing perceptions of learning disability and the limitations placed on those with learning disabilities by society.
  • Transformation - we seek to make a difference to people's lives; for clients and their families, this means radically improving their life experience for the better - for our staff it means investing in each individual to maximise their potential and achieve the very best they can.
  • Being brave - we aim to encourage innovation, creativity and flexibility and are prepared to take risks in responding to opportunities that achieve our vision and mission.
  • Promoting positive views - we influence others and draw on proven best practice to inform ways in which we support people with learning disabilities and their families.