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The Hub - a place to relax, socialise and discover new interests

The Hub is a daycare and respite service for people with disabilities aged 16 and above. Offering much more than just a place to hang out, we organise a range of sensory activities including gardening, yoga, and art, and also give our customers the option to book sessions at our Leisure and Skills Centre, Patchwork Farm, or Dream Centre.

Specialist support

Offering bespoke personal support, our expert teams are committed to creating packages that are shaped around you. Our highly skilled staff includes clinical support from registered health practitioners, allowing us to deliver personalised packages to meet even the most complex of needs.

Our flexible packages also offer the option to attend the Hub with your own Personal Assistant if you wish.

How do I access the Hub?

We like to meet all of our customers personally and conduct an initial assessment to discuss needs, hobbies, interests, and aspirations for the future - which is why all our activities are booked by enquiring through us directly.

Please fill out the Hub enquiry form and we will get back to you to book in a visit.

How is my Hub package funded?

Once you’ve booked a visit at the Hub and we’re happy that it’s a good fit for you, we’ll develop a bespoke package to meet your needs by creating a personalised support plan.

Funding for the Hub is agreed upon through the use of personal budget, private payments, Local Health Authority, or clinical commissioning groups.

Once your package commences, we schedule regular reviews to check that the Hub is working for you and meeting your needs.

What our customers love about the Hub

‘The staff and her peers have become like an extended family to Lucy, and she loves hanging out with everyone in the Hub, just chilling out and catching up on the gossip!’

-Ally, Lucy’s Mum

Meet the team

Our staff makes the Hub a truly special place, creating positive changes for each person who comes through the doors.

We equip our staff with the right skills and qualifications but most importantly, they have the right attitude towards caring for people with complex physical and/or sensory impairments and associated health needs. Our team of experts works together to help you get the most out of your time spent at the hub with an emphasis on creating a safe and fun environment for each person to engage and reach their full potential.

All of our staff undertake specialist qualifications which equip them with the necessary skills to create amazing experiences.

Kerrie Scutt

Hub Manager

Ree Woodward

Hub Team Leader

Emily Jerrams

Deputy Hub Manager

Zoe Wood

Hub Team Leader

Rosie Boys

Support Worker

Karen Watson

Support Worker

Leighann Brown

Support Worker

Colin Pitt

Support Worker

Tina Baker

Support Worker

Liddy Rousell

Support Worker

Alison Brockman

Support Worker

Nicola Morrison

Support Worker

Mandie Hands

Support Worker

Vicki Lynch

Support Worker

Jo Lane

Support Worker

Contact us

To make an enquiry about joining the Hub, please fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you to book an informal visit.

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If you have any questions about the Hub and would like to speak to a member of our team, please contact us at:

Email: community.services@chf.org.uk

Phone: 01825 723 723


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