Carennydd is a day support resource. Carennydd was refurbished and opened on the 24th. July 2006, specifically to provide alternative day opportunities for people who have learning disabilities. The Domiciliary Agency Office is also currently based at this address.
Carennydd offers support for adults who have varying degrees of abilities and medical conditions. The service is equipped to provide intimate personal care support. Our wet room is equipped to support service users who are ambulant and also those who need more support, it has a shower trolley and mechanical moving equipment.
"Knowing he thoroughly enjoys each day has relieved, as parents, our stress and anxiety."
There is a designated therapeutic room equipped for relaxation and therapies. Our staff work closely with the community team’s physiotherapist and are trained by her to provide gentle stretching exercises as outlined in service user’s plan.
We have an in-house craft coordinator, service users are encouraged and supported to participate in card making, jewellery making, painting on canvas, We also offer social opportunities including pool, American Hockey, darts, table top activities, interactive game consoles, drumming and musical instruments. We have a wide range of other stimulating activities available for all service users to enjoy. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Service users at Carennydd are involved with the planning of the annual “musical extravaganza”, this includes tasks such as script writing, prop design and creating.
At Carennydd we pride ourselves on the flexibility of our service, enabling both service users and their families to access support when they need it, particularly in times of crisis .The service is available Monday to Saturday between the hours of 9.00a.m. and 8.00.p.m. Requests for support are welcome outside of these hours and we will always try our best to accommodate your need. The service can accommodate up to 20 service users.
We also offer afternoon club and weekend club at Carennydd where service users can come and socialise. Staff also support service users on community visits to the cinema, theatre, sporting events or assist service users in pursue their interests. We are currently adapting and restoring the former library in Glanamman, for the purposes of providing a bespoke service for transitional service users. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼
We have recently opened a bespoke day service at the newly adapted Old Library Building Glanamman. This service aims to be a specialist day service primarily for service users with Autism. A wide array of service users however can benefit from the warm and friendly service which is tailored to be highly structured. Some of the goals of our service are to support our service users to actively socialise and engage in their respective communities, to develop and enhance new and existing skills to facilitate greater independence.