Service Details

Venue Address

Address 1
forest cottage
Address 2
kerry
Town
newtown
County
powys
Postcode
sy16 4dw

Venue Contact Details

Telephone

More About The Organisation

About the Service

About the Organisation

Dal Dy Dir is a charitable organisation working with individuals and their families with disabilities. Using our rurally based four acre site in Newtown, Mid Wales, Dal Dy Dir is able to offer emergency respite placements, respite breaks and day services. We have a philosophy of working with both individuals and their families using an inclusive family approach to ensure the most positive outcome possible for the long term. All experienced professionals, our team are carefully selected for their dedication to both the charity and its clients.
Through daily activities, an individual development plan and ongoing support and encouragement, our supported breaks make a massive difference to challenges that the families are facing. The access to 1-2-1 coaching sessions provide family members space to discuss their issues, make plans to cope with crisis and move forwards. Coaching, counselling and crisis intervention are all part of the interventions on offer. This means that we can target wider issues within a family context and develop plans for when families return home.

How do people access your service?
They book a place

Service Details

Costs

£1500 for a 6 night family break in a self catering cottage

Type Of Service
Activity Provider
We support the following age groups:
0-5 Years 5-11 Years 11-14 Years 14-25 Years
Who can use your service?

Open to individuals and families in need of a respite break

Can siblings who are not disabled use your service?

Inclusive Services

Additional and Special Educational Needs

Local Offer Details Link
How do you aim to meet the unique needs of the child?

Everyone needs a holiday and Dal Dy Dir’s innovative programmes bring families together, create memories and support siblings and the whole family in a settled relaxing non-judgemental atmosphere. With a wide range of activities, their animal therapy sessions featuring tame goats, sheep and chickens, and their forest school and music workshops gives the whole family a chance to learn new skills in a supported warm and safe environment.

How do you promote positive relationships and ensure good, ongoing communication with families?

We have a philosophy of working with both individuals and their families using an inclusive family approach to ensure the most positive outcome possible for the long term.
The experience is individually tailored to directly impact the areas where the families feel they need support. We work hard to enable families to spend time together as a whole and provide support to improve relationships and provide opportunities to bond as a family. Tailored activities give family members the opportunity to learn new skills, have new experiences and find ways to develop more independent.

Conditions we support
Autism / Aspergers Syndrome Communication Hearing Impairment Learning Difficulty Mental Health Physical Disability Visual Impairment

Accessibility

Physical Environment Accessibility

Is there accessible parking on site?
Yes
Is there a pedestrian route?
N/A
Are doors 900mm or more wide, with flat thresholds?
Yes
Do you have external ramps?
Yes
Do you have a lobby / porch area?
N/A
Are there interior automatic doors?
No
Are there wide unobstructed corridors (minimum 1200mm)?
Yes
Do you have a lift for wheelchair users?
N/A
Do you have internal ramps?
N/A
Do you have internal steps?
N/A
Do you have a visual / flashing fire alarm?
N/A
Do you have accessible toilets?
N/A
Do you have an accessible changing room with a changing bed and a hoist?
N/A
Do you have an induction loop and / or radio mikes?
No
Do you have a quiet room or a quiet area?
N/A
Do you have an outdoors play area?
Yes
Is this safe and enclosed?
Private gardens and games room
Are the outdoor areas well lit (for evening activities)?
Yes
Do you have a soft play area?
No
Do you have a sensory room or area?
No
How many children or young people usually come along to the activity / group?
1-9