Supporting Young Adults With Health, Welfare And Financial Deputyships Webinar
If you care for or support a child who has a degenerative, physical or mental illness, they may require additional support as they transition in to adulthood. In this live webinar, our Court of Protection experts Kirsty Stuart and Victoria Ward explain health, welfare and financial deputyships, and how a family member or a professional may wish to consider becoming a Deputy. Deputyships allow someone in a trusted position to be responsible for a vulnerable person’s decisions, and we understand that many people find the process of applying to be a Deputy confusing and stressful. Our experts will also explain how we’re here to support you throughout the process, so you can protect what matters most.
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ASAS Activity Day
ASAS also run Activity Days for children aged 8-18 years who live throughout Leeds Centre Based – these take place at Lineham Farm Children’s Centre and are aimed at children who prefer a less structured and busy environment; activities include animal care, climbing wall, adapted bikes, Sensory Caravan and walks in the countryside. Community Based – these take place in Kirkstall at the Leisure complex and are aimed at children who can cope with an organised programme of activities and cope better with busy and noisy environments; activities include bowling, lunch in a restaurant and cinema to see a film.
ASAS Residential Short Breaks
Aireborough Supported Activities Scheme organise between 5 & 8 residential short breaks per year. The first of these takes place in Spring and the last in Autumn. We cater for children & young people aged 8 years to 18th birthday, who have additional needs.