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Barnsley Road Outreach and Community Services

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  • Autistic spectrum disorders
  • Behavioural support
  • Learning disability
  • Physical disability
  • Wheelchair Access
Barnsley Road Outreach and Community Services, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF1 5NJ

Specialises in: Autistic spectrum disorders, Behavioural support, Learning disability, Physical disability

  • Autistic spectrum disorders
  • Behavioural support
  • Learning disability
  • Physical disability
  • Wheelchair Access

Facilities

  • Wheelchair Access

BROCS in Wakefield, West Yorkshire is an independent specialist service for people with autism, aspergers syndeome and learning difficulties and disabilities. Our mission is to create a learning environment that meets the needs of individuals and empowers them to maximise their independence and communication.

Our modern, welcoming and supportive environment is specifically designed and adapted to meet individual needs. We have fully equipped session rooms that provide an exciting, stimulating range of resources and activities, which the people we support can use to work on basic skills, with an emphasis on communication and interaction. Our sensory room has been designed to provide stimulation in a relaxing environment, with therapeutic benefits for individuals who experience sensory processing difficulties. Our quiet rooms allow individuals to access an environment to reduce the amount of sensory stimulation and overload. We recognise that consistency and structure are the keys to success when working with people who are on the autism spectrum.

Learning and development

The people we support are able to choose from a range of activities tailored to their needs.

Independence and communication

The practical based programme provides people we support the opportunity to develop and maintain their skills.

Life skills pathway

We support each individual to maximise their potential and enable them to live as independently as possible. People who attend the service are supported to work toward their goals, whether this is gaining skills for life, transition to further education or maintaining their own personal level of independence.   Everyone has an activity plan to make sure the support we offer meets their own individual needs and aspirations.

People we support who wish to participate in home and living activities have the opportunity to practice their daily living skills in a supportive environment. We have a fully equipped flat where individuals can explore and experience aspects of independent living. Our multi-sensory room has been designed to provide sensory stimulation in a relaxing environment, with proven therapeutic benefits for people who experience sensory processing difficulties associated with autism spectrum disorders. We have dedicated facilities for art, craft, music, movement and drama.

We ensure careful planning is implemented so that any form of transition is as successful as possible by building strong partnership working with other professionals and families to manage this period of change.

Outreach services

We offer individually tailored, person centred outreach services where individuals can choose to receive support in their own home, at work, in an educational setting or in the community. We work with each person to create a suitable support package around their wishes, interests and needs.

Community support

We actively work with multi-disciplinary services to provide a comprehensive and holistic support package to each individual we support. Our staff team can support communication needs and have experience of using PECS, Makaton and other communication tools.

Rural enterprise service

Birds and animal centre is our Rural Enterprise Service in the heart of the Yorkshire countryside. The service offers a structured and supported outdoors environment. We understand the therapeutic benefits of working with and being in contact with animals.

The birds and animals centre provides a unique opportunity for people to work in an agricultural environment, with animals and poultry in a farm setting, as well as on small projects on the land. Individuals are encouraged to engage fully with the animals, taking an active role in their feeding, grooming and maintenance of their environment.

Facilities

  • Wheelchair Access
Contact Details
Telephone:
0800 3286091
E-mail:
referrals@voyagecare.com