Hinckley Day Service provides day support to individuals with learning disabilities, autism spectrum conditions and acquired brain injuries, all within a sociable and positive setting. Set across two floors, our service has been adapted to encourage individuals to learn new skills, gain more independence within the community and really live life to the fullest.
We offer a range of activities that promote independence, social skills and health and wellbeing. We have a range of specialist activity areas, which provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals to reach their own goals. These areas include:
- A fully equipped sensory room
- Music room
- IT suite – where we provide computer training and safe use of the internet)
- Two adapted training kitchens
- Arts and crafts room
- A recreational games area which is kited out with game consoles and a pool table.
At Hinckley, we use the TEACHH Approach to promote scheduled activities that keep service users active and involved in their chosen activities. We have a structured activity plan that includes a range of things to get involved in, such as:
- Participating in fitness classes, Zumba and swimming,
- Shopping, which helps them learn about budgeting skills, and
- The chance to join our Hinckley choir.
We believe this is a chance for individuals to develop new skills and achieve new outcomes.