Warrington Community Living organised a variety of events across several services to ensure that everyone could have some 'spooktacular' fun this Halloween. Colleagues from the Community Network helped out with pumpkin carving and held Halloween parties, trick or treating events and sensory activities for many of the children and young people we support.
The Community Network provides a variety of support to children and adults who have a learning and/or physical disability and/or associated mental health needs, but wish to live their lives with the greatest self-sufficiency possible and to take their place as active citizens in the community.
Each person we support has an individualised support plan that they have helped to put together, this is based on the individuals interests, personality, wants and needs. Because of this flexibility, it is ideal for people who do not neatly fit into boxes and labels and whose needs are complex or particular to them. It is also ideal for people who are using, or who might like to work towards using a personalised budget.
Services may be delivered in the person’s own home, out and about in the community or in educational and work settings. They could be 24 hours a day support or less intense periods of activity based or short breaks work.
For more information on the Community Network please ring 01925 246870 or email [email protected]