Dayout is a specialist day service offering holistic approach and services for people with multiple disabilities. The services include Physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, sensory sessions and many more.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Dayout Limited
- RG21 3DZ
- Age Ranges
- 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25
- What does your service do?
- 'Dayout' aims at addressing the problems most wheelchair users face. Our specialist services ensure that the people attending our day centre have access to professional treatment and on-going monitoring of their physical health. This will enable the early interception of potentially serious health problems avoiding any unnecessary discomfort and longer-term treatments, hospitalisation or in many instances – even surgery.
- Who does your service provide for?
- Dayout services has a motto of 'Adding life to your precious years’ and targets people with disabilities having physical health problems. This centre will be a platform for inclusion irrespective of their race, origin or nationality. No one with a disability - whatever it is-will be excluded from the centre. The only condition to attend the centre will be to have a diagnosed disability and are in need of the services of a Physiotherapist.
- How can I start using the service?
- OurThe easiest way is to either call us or email us and we will send out the referral form. Please complete the form and return to us after which a short listing will be done based on the criteria already set. You will be asked to come along for an assessment to finalise the requirement and whether you will benefit from our sessions. Once the process is completed, a visit can be arranged for familiarising with the centre if required or you can start attending the centre straightaway.
- Where is it located and what areas does it cover?
- Dayout is located in Basingstoke, Hampshire but we welcome referrals from any area.
- How are decisions made about who can use your service?
- There are set criteria for deciding who can use the services. They should have a registered GP and a diagnosed disability. The final decision on who uses the service depends on your sessions of choice, days of choice and other requirements.
- How do you communicate with service users and how are they involved in decision making?
- During the process, the service users will be updated on the progress at every stage.
- Is your service fully accessible?
- Yes, Dayout is fully wheelchair accessible.
- What training are the staff supporting children and young people with SEN and Disabilities had or are having?
- The staff will have previous experience in working with people with disabilities. We are currently recruiting and this is done very carefully.
- How will I know my child is safe?
- All the staff are advanced DBS checked and the premises will have CCTV monitoring for extra security.
- Who can I contact for further information?
- Please contact the centre at the above number for details. Alternatively please visit the website for more details about the services we offer.