About Daisy Vale House
Based on the outskirts of Wakefield, Daisy Vale House supports 16 people with a range of learning disabilities. Our aim is to provide just the right level of support to allow individuals to live as independently as possible.
Our approach to support:
Each person that lives at Daisy Vale House has a Person Centred Plan which they are encouraged and supported to help design. These plans outline the goals and aspirations of each individual and the steps that are needed in order to achieve these targets. This often involves the level of support needed for each person, as well as the activities they would like to be involved in.
As a team, we do everything we can to improve the health and wellbeing of the individuals we support and we are focused on building positive outcomes for everyone.
What it’s like to live here:
There are a wide range of activities to get involved with at Daisy Vale House. With staff support, everyone living here chooses and plans which activities they would like to do, such as: horse riding, swimming, bowling, shopping, going out for meals, attending discos and music nights.
People staying at Daisy Vale House also lend a hand with the day-to-day running of the property, which includes cleaning, cooking and choosing menus.
Daisy Vale House is located in Thorpe; a small village on the outskirts of Wakefield. There is a good bus service to Wakefield, Leeds and Morley, which are convenient for shopping, meals out, going to the cinema or theatre and swimming. The M1 and M62 motorways are two miles away.
"Staff at Daisy Vale House have helped me to do my own shopping and cook my own tea." – Person supported by Daisy Vale House