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Walton Progressive Resource Centre (Keys Group)

Walton Progressive Resource Centre is registered as a structured day service. We provide social skills and leisure activities, support and resources to adults with learning disabilities, including PMLD. We regard ourselves as an ASD specialist service.

The Resource Centre is staffed with a highly skilled and qualified team of professionals and is equipped to offer a wide range of resources to young people and adults who have complex needs, including learning difficulties and behaviours that are challenging or inappropriate in community settings.

At Walton Progressive Resource Centre we provide people with a carefully designed and highly person-centred service which will meet their unique intellectual, interpersonal and social needs, fostering independence and promoting a full and active life.

The support we provide

Walton Progressive Resource Centre provides locally based, easily accessible, high quality and person-centred day service programmes comprising social/recreational activities, to young people and adults with moderate to severe learning difficulties.

Individual needs are thoroughly assessed during initial planning and via on-going assessment and review. 

We provide a comfortable, safe, supportive and newly refurbished environment in which people can develop as more fulfilled adult individuals. We identify people’s preferred method of communication and ensure that their skills are developed and used in all areas of activity.

Activities are incorporated into a broad, balanced relevant timetable of activities which accommodates care plans and individual and environmental risk assessments whilst acknowledging each individuals’ needs, interests and aspirations. We offer a diverse range of on-site and off-site activities, including art & crafts, drama & music therapy, music and movement, music and performance, horticulture, cycling, swimming, health and fitness, yoga, hydrotherapy (on-site pool), salon hair and beauty, cookery and computer skills. We employ third-party professional facilitators to deliver key sessions. We have three minibuses and access facilities in our own community and across the city region. We also link with other providers to access and support their facilities.

A fresh, cooked meal is provided daily at the Resource Centre for everyone we support and we cater for a wide range of dietary requirements.

We employ a qualified chef and a full-time nurse (RNLD). We also have access to qualified in-house speech and language therapy as well as linking with referred health authority professionals (SALT, OT and Physio, other).

We ensure equality of opportunity, irrespective of gender, race, disadvantage or disability and we respect individual’s alternative religious, cultural and lifestyle choices and/or beliefs.

Community Inclusion

A major emphasis of our work is based on community inclusion. Community access represents an integral component of our activities programme and can involve an individual or group using our minubuses or public transport to access and experience the local or wider community. 

Resource Centre Facilities

The Resource Centre is housed in a bright, spacious, modern building. The building and site have recently been the subject of a major refurbishment programme. It is a safe, secure and pleasantly landscaped site. There is private and secure parking on-site.

We have a range of facilities onsite including a hydrotherapy pool, two ICT suites, multi-sensory and dark rooms, training kitchen, arts and crafts room, horticulture room with extensive outdoor on-site facilities (including flower beds and a vegetable garden), a hair salon, a sensory garden area, film room, reading and audio book room, needlecraft room, music room and tuck shop. We also have several large activities spaces for delivery of larger group sessions. We have several small base rooms for one-to-one and time away periods.

In addition to the above range of activities areas, we have excellent ancillary and support spaces. These include three large kitchen and dining areas and a medical room. Our service is fully supported by a large management, administrative and maintenance team based on-site.

Walton Progressive Resource Centre is situated in the Walton district of North Liverpool.  It is close to many amenities and has excellent access routes and public transport links.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Kenny Bryce
Contact Position
Manager
Telephone
E-mail
Kenny.Bryce@keys-group.co.uk

Where to go

Name
Walton Progressive Resource Centre
Address
Rice Lane
Walton
Liverpool
Merseyside
Postcode
L9 1NR
Notes

We are situated on Rice Lane, close to Breeze Hill/Queens Drive, on the site of what was previously the Walton Hospital Pain Relief Foundation. We share our site with Keys Group Liverpool Progressive School (8-19 SEN education)

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday - Friday, 9am-4pm
Time of day
Afternoon
Morning
Session Information
This is a 52 week service

Other Details

Availability

Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Parents, social workers and other interested professionals are invited to contact us to register an interest and arrange a visit

Local Offer

Description

Walton Progressive Resource Centre

Walton Progressive Resource Centre is situated in the Walton district of North Liverpool.  It is close to many amenities and has excellent access routes and public transport links.

 

The centre is staffed with a highly skilled and qualified team of professionals and is equipped to offer a wide range of resources to young people and adults with ASD and associated disorders, complex needs, including learning difficulties, physical disability and behaviours that may be considered  challenging or inappropriate in community settings.

 The needs of Individuals are thoroughly assessed during initial planning and via ongoing review. Groups are not ‘streamed’ at any time but are mixed in order to further promote inclusion and a more rewarding social experience.

 

 9.00am to 4.00pm

 

Autism specific. PMLD, Learning disability, Physical disability,

Communication difficulties. Sensory Impairment.

Distressed and risk behaviours

Local Offer Age Bands
Young Adults (16 to 25)
Needs Level
High
Low
Medium
SEN Provision Type
Universal