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Community Choices Network Brochure - New Directions (Rugby) Ltd.

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Community Choices Network is New Directions' day activities and opportunities service for people with disabilities. This brochure highlights the activities available and how they are beneficial to the disabled people that attend this service.

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Community Choices Network Brochure - New Directions (Rugby) Ltd.

  1. 1. Making choices and deciding how you would like to spend your time is important to you and us. If you would like to unlock your potential and develop new skills, while making new friends and building links with your local community, then Community Choices Network can support you to reach your goals. Our activities are available to people with a disability and/ or those in their senior years. You And Community Choices Network You can choose from 11 exciting activity sessions every day! TALK TO US ABOUT YOUR NEEDS Community Services Manager Carol Payne Tel: 01788 577586 Email: cpayne@newdirectionsrugby.org.uk ccn@newdirectionsrugby.org.uk
  2. 2. Activities You Can Get Involved In • Sports and Exercise • Allotment • Budgeting and Shopping • Photography • Recycled Arts and Crafts • Cooking and Kitchen Safety • Art Therapy • Computer and IT Skills • Meditation and Relaxation • Wildlife and Flowers • Sensory Equipment • Cooking and Kitchen Safety • Rambling, Blog Writing • Pottery and Textiles • Numeracy • Living History • Baking • Swimming • Memory Lane • Typing Skills • Keeping Safe • Needlecraft • Giving Back • Multicultural Art • Literacy • Social Media • Horse Riding • Hot Topics • Creative Crafts • Rambling • Drama • Dancing
  3. 3. You Can Learn New Skills For Life Bob, David and Ian are thriving at the ‘Men In Sheds’ sessions at Age UK Warwickshire at the Claremont Centre, Rugby. The woodwork projects can last one day or months. They choose what to make and they are learning quickly. In these photographs they are building and decorating a bird house with 1:1 supervision. Everyone has a part to play and gets involved with nailing, sanding and painting. Bob is improving his skills that he learned at college. Bob said, “I enjoy it. I like to decorate. My favourite is painting.”
  4. 4. You Can Develop Your Independence Understanding the cooking process from start to finish is a very useful skill that helps people to be more independent. We also help people to learn about healthy food choices so that they can make positive decisions and take care of themselves. Michael said, “I listen carefully so I remember for next time how to prepare and cook the dishes.”
  5. 5. Linda is more confident at walking in the pool and swimming with 1:1 support. Your Goals are Important To Us Floristry keeps Alison focussed and her hands moving which gives her the exercise she needs to improve her co-ordination. Trevor creates very colourful pictures in art groups from outline drawings. Susie and Mohammed are developing their co-ordination and balance in Clubasize Classes. Michelle can sign in Makaton fluently while singing.
  6. 6. Bob takes a hands on approach at the allotment and gets thoroughly involved. Cooking sessions help David to use his initiative and focus in a busy environment. Tina uses her literacy group to write poems that she can speak aloud with confidence in drama sessions. Katharine uses her typing skills to help her express herself as handwriting is difficult. Mark enjoys horseriding which improves his balance, wellbeing and leisure time.
  7. 7. You Can See Progress At Our Allotment We have a community allotment in Rugby which began as a patch of soil overgrown with weeds. The people who attend Community Choices Network get involved by digging, weeding, buying and planting vegetables. The crops now include lettuce, carrots, beetroot, potatoes, onions, leeks and strawberries which are used as ingredients in cooking sessions. One individual, Anthony, really enjoys this group as one of his favourites. Bob said, “I enjoy being outside and doing things with everyone to help out.”
  8. 8. Our Prices Are Tailored To Your Needs Would You Like To Hire our RemPods? Long term daily charge: £43.35 (based on a 6 hour day, however this can be flexible depending on your individual needs) Hourly Charge from £6.20 per hour Hourly Charge one to one support from £14.69 per hour • Rempod hire includes a one off payment of £40 for delivery and assembling. • £50 charge for each day required. A weekly hire discount rate is available. • Highly qualified New Directions staff can also be hired to host events at £13 per hour per staff member. Beach Bar Shop Cinema Bingo As seen on BBC Dragons’ Den
  9. 9. What’s Happening At Comm We support 67 people with disabilities! We provide activities for 36 people with disabilities every day! Weekly Workshops: Speaking up, My voice and choices, My town, Safety out and about, Men’s health, Women’s health, Relationships, Keeping healthy, Volunteering & employment, Mental capacity, and
  10. 10. munity Choices Network Our therapeutic sensory equipment develops an individual’s senses with special lighting, music and objects. These items can be used at Community Choices Network as part of our quiet room during the day. You can also hire the equipment. For more information tel: 01788 577586. Internet safety, About Rugby, Looking after my world, Safe places, Hate and mate crime, Health appointments, Assistive technology, Mobile zoo.
  11. 11. How You Can Find Us Are You Looking To Hire A Room? Community Choices Network The Exchange 32-42 Albert Street Rugby CV21 2SA Tel: 01788 577586 Email: ccn@newdirectionsrugby.org.uk www.newdirectionsrugby.org.uk THE The nearest bus stops are on Clifton Road and North Street and taxis can pick up and drop off at Community Choices Network. Rugby train station is nearby. We have 4 multi-purpose rooms available at the Exchange to hire Monday to Friday from 4.00pm onwards, Bank Holidays all day and weekends all day. You can find out more on our website at www. newdirectionsrugby.org.uk or phone 01788 577586. Charity No: 1005302