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Social Care Opportunities – Stoke & Staffordshire

An alternative provision to traditional day services. Personal Budget Holders have the opportunity to experience a range of work related activities.

Our Aim 

To provide a meaningful alternative to historic day service provision. Engaging people with a range of learning disabilities in meaningful work focused activities. With the long term aim of creating user led social enterprises

What we offer  

Experienced and qualified staff who have a track record of working with people with learning disabilities. Day Opportunities for individuals accessing personal budgets, participation in a range of work related experiences and occupational activities with 1:1 care and job coach support in real work settings.

Social Care Opportunities 

We offer a wide range of workshop based activities including horticulture, car valeting, woodcraft, catering, painting and decorating, arts and crafts, life skills, domestic skills and administration.

Each activity is planned and follows a path of individualised learning to ensure everyone benefits from the experience. Progression is measured and monitored, priority areas for personal development are identified and developed. Service users expand their own social networks whilst developing practical skills.


Taster Days 

One day events where potential service users are invited to select and experience 3 different activities over the course of the day.

Taster days are available for transitioning young people from specialist school provision, and current personal budget holders.

Find Out More

Referral to these opportunities is via Social Care personal budget assessor, social worker or by contacting Landau at Newstead if you wish to follow this route and need help and support to gain a personal budget.

You can complete this questionnaire, either online (Here), or by downloading (Here) and printing off the questionnaire, then returning it to our Stoke Office.

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