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West House is West Cumbria’s leading care and support provider for adults and children with learning disabilities. Our vision is for children, young people and adults with learning and other disabilities in Cumbria to live a fulfilling life, in the way they want and with…
Millom, Short Breaks for Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities We deliver day activities monthly based from Millom. This session is currently every 3rd Saturday of the month
01900 605585 01900 828451
Glebe Lane is registered to provide personal care and accommodation to eight people who have a learning disability and is run by West House, a local not for profit organisation. The home is located in Distington, a small town situated between Workington and Whitehaven. The…
West House, 47 Sandy Lonning is a care home for 7 people who have a learning disability. West House, a local not for profit organisation, is the provider who runs the home.The home is located in a quiet lane on the outskirts of Maryport. The…
None Residental Short Break Commissioned Provider Day Trips Please see attached poster for all details for Day Trips
Re start September 2021 - West House Short Breaks Youth Clubs Lots of different activities weekly Download our poster and contact us for more details.
01900 828451 / 605585
The Elms, Short Breaks for Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities The Elms provides short term care and support for children and young people with learning disabilities including overnight breaks, and day care. The service is operated by West House Children and Young People…
Wild West, Short Breaks for Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities West House is THE local Cumbrian provider committed to local communities and to making a difference to the lives of people with disabilities.
Two supported living services for six men who have complex needs, learning disabilities and challenging behaviour. West House prides itself on providing a personalised service, which is tailored around the specific specialist needs of the people that we support.
Community based activities providing one to one or shared support, enabling individuals to access a wide range of community based resources.