Rotherham Council has launched a major new consultation on day opportunities for people with high support needs. Part of the plan is to build a new in-house day service, replacing the centre known as REACH.
The consultation will inform decisions on how best to use £2.1m to build new state-of-the-art facilities that would offer a range of unique opportunities and services for people with learning disabilities, autism or high support needs and their families.
To mark the launch of the new consultation, the council has also unveiled an artists’ impression of what a new building could look like.
This latest consultation, which runs until April 30, is part of a wider strategy that is making significant changes to learning disability support and services in the borough, ensuring everyone has access to a wide range of opportunities and is able to live as independently as possible.
You can read more about the consultation here
or go straight to the survey to have your say.