What We Do & Why We’re Different
The Creative Days programmes at Creative Day Care Centres of Excellence apply a rich, deep and socially-inclusive set of day time experiences for adults with learning, physical and other disabilities.
We focus on activities that are beyond what a member might otherwise achieve at home or elsewhere with visual, culinary and performing arts, live music, gardening, and days out that connect us with nature.
We’re also a hub of lifelong friendships and education, providing purpose and integration within the communities to which we belong. Not providing services to a fully prescribed formula, we encourage an authentic freedom of expression to mobilize members along their path of development through all of life’s chapters.
From directors to management and programme leaders, we’re all committed to creating a feel good time during and around day time activities – the spirit of the place counts and it’s evident as members arrive; walking in as though arriving home… into a rare place of warmth and belonging…
We encourage you to explore our website for greater insight, or call us to discover more or arrange a visit.
Creative Days Blog
Members are frequently given small tasks that bring each activity to life and encouraged to volunteer and lead – to choose decisively – promoting transferable skills and active community citizenship
Working alongside John, learning the use of instruments, singing and recording in the studio, with weekly ‘Route 66’ band rehearsals and public performances where all members are included
Theatre & Art Workshops
The Puppet Conservatory Theatre Company & Art Workshops. Within our Hull branch, our creative and theatre professional and playwright, Hollie, leads multimedia art workshops and puppet making, plus set design and photography.
In the Norwegian cabin, the hot press printing equipment allows members to design, publish and print their creative designs