What does it do?
The Centre is part of the Mary Potter Centre on Gregory Boulevard. It caters for up to 60 people per day and offers interesting and varied activities. The main centre caters for people aged 18 years and over.
The Centre aims to develop, maintain and prevent the loss of a person's independence by enabling people to rebuilt their confidence, increase socialisation and an overall improvement in their quality of life.
At the Acorn Resource Centre our services are built around you. Everything from meals and transport to activities and leisure time is tailored to provide you with quality care and an enjoyable experience.
Activities: We offer crafts, cookery, indoor and outdoor games, discussion groups, a sensory room, flower arranging, fun days out, boats trips and many more. As our care is person-centred, we try to accommodate for requests made by citizens, for example suggestions made regarding activities which they would like to take part in.
Transport: We can facilitate transport to and from the centre, for which there is a charge. There is car parking available for visitors to the centre.
Meals: You can have meals with us at the centre. We cater for a range of dietary needs. There is a small charge for meals.
Personal care: We provide personal care to those who require it, in a dignified and respectful manner. All our staff are fully trained in this area of care.
Representative Groups: The Acorn Resource Centre has members' representative groups which meet regularly to discuss and input on issues in the centre and in the community as well.
Who it is for?For people with physical and sensory impairments
Where it is available?Local service covering: Nottingham (Nottinghamshire).
The Acorn Resource Centre is located in the Mary Potter Centre on Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 5HY.
The Centre is easily accessible by public transport. To access the centre please catch the tram, stopping at the Forest Recreation Ground, or the Nottingham City Transport L12 bus.
What it costs:Please contact the organisation for more details.
How to access or apply for it:
What to expect then:
We encourage interested parties to contact us using the contact details provided when we will be happy to discuss with you the facilities available at the centre and arrange a visit to meet staff, current residents and get a feel for the service.
Should you wish to take up a place at the centre, a health and needs assessment will take place and financial arrangements discussed. We appreciate this can be quite a daunting so we aim to make the process as straight forward as possible.
"Whilst at home I get very lonely. For me Acorn helps me to meet people. I do activities, especially; drama, sewing, craft; and these give me a sense of achievement."
"I like the atmosphere; I like the company; the staff have always helped me. I like the company as I am treated as a person, as it should be."
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