Club 61 is a small independent day care provider which caters for adults with learning disabilities who receive a personal budget.
The service provides person-centred support within a small, friendly group setting for a maximum of 7 service users. Thus bridging the gap between the potential isolation of one to one support and the larger day service centres.
Club 61 have a high staff to client ratio that enables them to take a holistic and personal approach, ensuring each individual's needs are met. Some activities are based at our home in the SOAR building, eg arts and crafts, table top games, however, Club 61's priority is to get out and about in the community, integrating with local groups and activities. Current activities include: curling, bowls, ten pin bowling, pool, walking retired greyhounds, swimming, boccia, library visits, meals out, cricket, polybat, day trips, volunteering in Hillsborough Park, and a whole lot more. The service is always open to new ideas and willing to try new experiences.
Club 61 provides free transport to all activities. A pick up and drop off service to and from the home may also be possible.
Qualifications and Quality Standards:
Club 61 is run by Brian and Julie Crane, both former, longstanding social
workers with Sheffield City Council Disability Services. They are supported by an experienced team of staff who are all totally committed to providing a quality, professional and person-centred service.
All staff have been Disclosure & Barring checked (DBS, formerly enhanced CRB check).
If you think you may be interested in attending Club 61, and for information about pricing please telephone Brian or Julie for an informal chat or visit.