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New Horizons Day Service provides a day service for people who have a permanent /substantial physical disability, are between18 -65 years old and live in the Vale of Glamorgan. The Day Service is part of the Vale of Glamorgan Council, Social Services Department. The service is delivered by a dedicated and experienced team of staff. The service provides a range of therapeutic/creative activities including a specialist gym, woodworking, arts & crafts, specialist exercise classes, music, community activities and sport. We also provide personal care, advocacy, support for communication, emotional support and respite for carers. Our aim is to improve people's well being by improving their health, social life, independence, confidence, maintain and develop skills and enjoy life; all in a supportive and encouraging environment.
Physically disabled adults between the ages of 18 & 65 who live in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Depends - People who attend the Day Service are financially assessed by Social Services.
People who would like to attend the day service should call Contact One Vale on 01446 700111 and ask to be referred to New Horizons Day Service.
New Horizons Day ServiceHen Goleg Resource CentreCollege Fields CloseBarryCF62 8LF
New Horizons Day ServiceHen Goleg Resource CentreCollege Fields CloseBarryVale of GlamorganCF62 8LF
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