Herons View Care Farm
Set on a 10 acre small holding Herons View Care Farm is a day care and respite facility for young people and adults with learning disabilities.
Providing a small scale friendly service five days a week for those looking for a predominantly outdoor environment.
Activities currently include; Animal care, Horticulture, Arts & Crafts, Wildlife and Countryside Activities, Country Crafts, I.T. Skills, Local outings, Work & Life Skills
Herons View is a satellite centre for Kingston Maurward College providing City & Guilds qualification in Skills for Working Life.
- Herons View
142a Rye Hill
- BH20 7LP
- 01929 471662
- 07786 557618
- Contact Name
- Christine Whitmarsh
- Contact Position
- See journey planner on the right hand side of this page, where you can view bus, car and train routes from your location.
- Area coverage
Times, Age & Costs
- Times Available:
- Monday to Friday 10am - 3pm.
- All Year Round
- From 18 years to 80 years .
- Contact provider directly for costs
- Other Costs:
- Transport cost
Cultural & Additional Needs
- Special Provisions:
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Speech, Language & Communication Needs
- Referral Criteria:
Via Independent Living Team
Via Social Services
Via GP or other health professional
Via Voluntary agencies
By Parents or Family
- Referral Procedure:
- Please ring Herons View
- Languages Spoken:
- SEN and Disabilities Service Description
Herons View offers a person entered approach to the day service and as a consequence the service is developed for each individual by supporting their interests and promoting their strengths.
If they wish, they can be considered for inclusion in the City and Guilds, skills for working life certificate. This study can help to develop personal and work related skills, which in turn could enable progression into further study or supported employment, or enhance independent living skills.
The City and Guilds qualifications are provided via Kingston Maurward College, if accepted on the course, the individual will have student status with them.
- SEN and Disabilities Access
Please contact Herons View in the first instance to come and have a look around the facility and to see the activities on offer. A free taster day can then be arranged with a view to seeing if the service is suitable for the individual.
Usually, the placement is supported by a social worker from the local office in which the individual resides.
- SEN and Disabilities Transition
The service is not time limited.
- Are your staff DBS Approved?
- Do you have a First Aid Policy?
- Do you have Public Liability Insurance?