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St Anne's Community Services

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  1. We are a registered charity and housing association, which provides a wide range of quality services across the whole of Yorkshire and the North East for people who require support for one or more reasons. Care and support services are available to a diverse range of people and the common factor is that all our support is focused on individual needs and aspirations. We work with people who have learning disabilities, mental health or substance use issues and people who are or have been homeless.

    In Kirklees we also have a volunteer befriending scheme for people with mental health problems, and a respite befriending scheme for carers' of people with mental health problems, and supported living. Services include housing and accommodation based support, day care services and community based support.

    The Kirklees Area Office is open Monday to Thursday from 9am to 5pm and Friday from 9am to 4.30pm.


Contacts

St Anne's Community Services
Area Manager

Edgerton Villa 22 Edgerton Road, Edgerton, Huddersfield HD3 3AD

01484 428955
01484 428967

Organisation last updated

  1. 30 May 2018

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  1. Egerton Villa, 22-24, Edgerton Road, Edgerton, Huddersfield, HD3 3AD
    1. All key services are accessible. Wheelchair access
    2. Either, there are specially marked parking spaces for disabled people, or disabled people can park within 50 metres of an accessible entrance. Disabled parking
    3. There is a toilet with some facilities for people with disabilities but it may not be suitable for everybody. Please contact the group if you need further information. Partially accessible toilet
    Wheelchair access to main floor only.

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Oxfield Court produce End of Life Film

  1. Oxfield Court produce End of Life Film
  2. Oxfield Court were approached by the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group and asked if we could develop an End of life package of care, specifically for people with a Learning disability. By utilising our skills and knowledge we have successfully now completed this task.

    By utilising our skills and knowledge we have successfully now completed this task.

    To support our "Doing it My Way" package we have liaised with Lime House a film company based in Halifax, to complete a film to which can be used as a training tool, but will also enhance the implementation of the package.

    Denise features in the film with her family and care staff, who enthusiastically participated in the filming process.

    A huge thank you to Denise, her family and to all the staff who have participated in the filming. To all who were involved in compiling the EOL care package, Judith Cooper, Joanne Seed, Marnie Walker, Vivian Lamptey, Sally Arrey and to Nicky Lyall for her advice and support: to Catherine Wood who has supported the whole project and to Lime House for their very professional and caring approach to filming all the life stories.

  3. 30/05/2018

History

  1. St Anne's was founded in 1971 as a Shelter for homeless men in Leeds. From these small beginnings St Anne's has gradually expanded over the years to become the organisation it is today, with over 1400 staff supporting in excess of 5000 clients across the North of England.

    St Anne's provides a wide range of quality services for people who require support for one or more reasons. We work with people who have a learning disability, have mental health problems, people with issues around substance use - drugs and/or alcohol and people who are or have been homeless. Services include a variety of housing & accommodation based support and care, day services & community based support. St Anne's is a major provider of services across the whole of Yorkshire & the North East

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