Day opportunities

The day opportunities you will experience with Voyage Care are unlike other. More than just a place to go during the day to get you out of the house, our day opportunities give you the chance to learn new skills, engage in your local community, gain a new-found independence and enjoy a wealth of interactive activities.

We work with you to develop a tailored support plan that reflects you - your interests, goals and preferences. And most importantly, you choose what you want to do and when you want to do it.

And because we are outcome based, you can expect our teams to support you with the following:

  • Community inclusion - including accessing leisure activities and day trips individually or as a group. We will support you to develop social skills and natural support networks.
  • Independent living - developing skills and confidence in the community such as travel, training and the skills to manage money.
  • Health and well-being - exploring opportunities that promote exercise and a healthy lifestyle.
  • Learning and employment - identifying opportunities to develop skills and prepare for work. This may include, CV writing and interview skills.

Our passionate and caring teams will help you to get the most out of your day and your budget, so that you can lead a happy and fulfilling life without limitations.

Speak to our enquiry team today to see how we can build day opportunities for you or a loved one!

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