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Slimming Clubs ( 10.2.17. )
A guide to coming off alcohol - copied from a leaflet from Alcohol and Drug Service ( 10.1.1.L3 )
Access for the disabled in Jersey ( 10.2.0.L1 )
ACET help for parents dealing with sex and drugs issues ( 10.1.2.L2 )
Acupuncture / Chinese Tradional Medicine ( 10.3.2. )
Aids and appliances for people with a physical impairment ( 10.2.1. )
AIDS and HIV ( 10.2.63. )
Aids for disabled - REMAP, FNHC Jersey Society for the Disabled etc ( 10.2.1.L3 )
Alcohol dependency ( 10.1.1.L1 )
Alternative and complementary medicine ( 10.3.0.L1 )
Alzheimer's Disease / Jersey Alzheimer's Association( 10.2.57. )
Ankylosing Spondylitis Society ( 10.2.33. )
Arthritis ( 10.2.19. )
Autism Jersey [10.2.90]
Blood donation ( 10.6.0.L1 )
Bone marrow donations ( 10.2.34.L1 )
Bone scanning ( 10.6.9.L2 )
Breast Clinic ( 10.2.34.L2 )
Cancer Screening for Women ( 10.6.9.L1 )
Cancer, assistance local organisations ( 10.2.34. )
Causeway Association - Hostel for mothers and babies ( 10.4.12. )
Channel Islands Dental Plan ( 10.7.4.L6 )
Chemists / Pharmacists ( 10.6.5. )
Children in hospital ( 10.6.7.L2 )
Children's Health and Child Immunisations ( 10.8.2.L1 )
Chiropody - Health service provision ( 10.8.7. )
Chiropody - private ( 10.7.10. )
Chiropractice ( 10.7.12. )
CJD - Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease ( 10.2.86. )
Colostomy and Ileostomy ( 10.2.42. )
Community Network Team (learning difficulties) ( 10.0.0.L7 )
Community Occupational Therapy Services ( 10.6.7.L12 )
Community psychiatric nursing services ( 10.5.5.L3 )
Contact a Family - Rare conditions and diseases ( 10.2.84. )
Continence/Continence Clinic( 10.2.45. )
Contraception ( 10.4.2. )
Day Surgery Unit - General Hospital ( 10.6.7.L9 )
Deafness and hard of hearing ( 10.2.8. )
Dental Department ( 10.6.4. )
Dental Hygienists ( 10.7.4.L10 )
Department of Health and Social Services - Addresses ( 10.0.0.L9 )
Depressives Groups - not local ( 10.5.4.L2 )
Diabetes ( 10.2.23. )
DIPS - disabled swimming ( 10.2.6.L1 )
Doctors (in practice order) ( 10.7.3.L3 )
Down's syndrome ( 10.2.29. )
Drug and solvent abuse-where to get help and information ( 10.1.2. )
Dyslexia Jersey ( 10.2.11. )
Dystonia support group ( 10.2.75. )
Eating disorders ( 10.2.68. )
Eczema ( 10.2.51. )
Employment for people with special needs - Workwise ( 10.2.0.L4 )
Environmental Health Department - all matters ( 10.8.1.L5 )
Epilepsy ( 10.2.22. )
Family Nursing & Home Care Services / Health Visitors / District Nurses ( 10.8.1.L2 )
Funding dental treatment in Jersey ( 10.7.4.L2 )
Gambling Addiction- support groups ( 10.1.4. )
General Practitioners Services (10.6.7.L1)
Gervaise Le Gros Resource Centre ( 10.8.2.L4 )
Haemophilia ( 10.2.35. )
Headway - Brain Injuries Association (Jersey) ( 10.2.82. )
Health visitors / clinics ( 10.8.2.L3 )
Heart ( 10.2.40. )
Homeopathy ( 10.3.3. )
Hospital Car Service ( 10.6.8.L4 )
Hospital League of Friends ( 10.6.8.L2 )
Huntington's Disease ( 10.2.83. )
Hypnotherapy ( 10.3.4. )
Infertility problems 10.4.20
Interpreters in hospital ( 10.6.7.L7 )
ISSUE and Friends of ISSUE (Fertility support) ( 10.4.70.L3 )
Jersey Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus( 10.2.31. )
Jersey Asthma Society ( 10.2.18. )
Jersey Dental Fitness Scheme for 11 to 21 year olds ( 10.7.4.L5 )
Jersey Hyperbaric Treatment Centre (Recompression Chamber) ( 10.2.1.L6 )
Jersey Post (call and check) 10.2.38.L2
Jersey Society for the Disabled ( 10.2.6.L2 )
Kidney patients ( 10.2.41. )
Leisure services for people with learning difficulties ( 10.2.6.L8 )
Lymphoedema ( 10.2.48. )
Maternity care ( 10.4.40. )
Meals on Wheels and Private meal delivery service ( 10.8.6. )
Medic Alert ( 10.6.8.L1 )
Medical bills - Oddfellows Society ( 10.7.2.L1 )
Medical negligence - Medical accidents ( 10.7.0. )
Medical Officer of Health ( 10.8. )
Mencap ( 10.2.80.L1 )
Meningitis ( 10.2.85. )
Migraine ( 10.2.16. )
Mind Jersey ( 10.5.4.L3 )
Miscarriage / Stillbirth / Premature baby support group ( 10.4.35. )
Motor Neurone Disease ( 10.2.81. )
Multiple Sclerosis Society ( 10.2.38. )
Muscular Dystrophy ( 10.2.47. )
Myalgic Encephalomylitis (ME) ( 10.2.78. )
Narcotics Anonymous ( 10.1.2.L3 )
National Childbirth Trust ( 10.4.70.L2 )
Needle exchange scheme - Sharpsafe ( 10.1.2.L6 )
Neurosciences ( 10.6.7.L14 )
Nursing and Residential Homes - Nursing and Care Agencies ( 10.7.7.L3 )
Oakwell - home for phsysically handicapped children ( 10.2.5.L2 )
Occupational therapy for people with learning difficulties ( 10.2.80.L2 )
Opticians - Complaints. Assistance towards cost of spectacles. ( 10.7.6. )
Osteopaths ( 10.7.8. )
Oxygen Supplies ( 10.2.1.L5 )
Oxygen Therapy Centre ( 10.2.38.L1 )
Pain Control Clinic ( 10.6.7.L16 )
Parkinson's Disease ( 10.2.37. )
Patient transport to UK and Guernsey hospitals ( 10.6.7.L3 )
People with disabilities ( 10.2.0.L3 )
Phobias and tranquillizer withdrawal ( 10.2.13. )
Physiotherapists ( 10.7.11. )
Post Natal Depression Support ( 10.4.50. )
Post-trauma Stress Disorder ( 10.5.5.L2 )
Prescription Charges ( 10.6.2. )
Private counselling services ( 10.5.5.L4 )
Prostate problems ( 10.2.74. )
Provision of special dietary / medical products ( 10.2.1.L9 )
Psoriasis Association ( 10.2.51.L1 )
Psychology / Psychotherapy service ( 10.5.5.L1 )
Public Health Service - services on offer ( 10.0.0.L4 )
Raynaud's Disease ( 10.2.77. )
Reflexology ( 10.3.0.L6 )
Reiki - energy healers ( 10.3.0.L8 )
Residential opportunities for people with learning difficulties ( 10.2.5.L1 )
Residents and Non-Residents Eligibility for Access to Health and Social Care and Treatment ( 10.6.7.L4 )
Saneline ( 10.5.4.L1 )
Scoliosis ( 10.2.50. )
SCOPE ( 10.2.30. )
Sexual Health Services ( 10.6.7.L1a )
Sight impaired organisations ( 10.2.7. )
Single Point of Referral for (Spor) for Adult Services ( 10.6.10. )
Smoking ( 10.1.3. )
Speech and language therapy ( 10.2.10. )
St. Johns Ambulance - first aid courses ( 10.8.4. )
Strokes ( 10.2.73. )
Triumph Over Phobia (10.4.4)
Wheelchair - Loan, purchase and rental ( 10.2.1.L4 )
Wheelchair accessible holidays ( 10.2.0.L6 )
Women's Health( 10.8.2.L2 )
Words and Numbers Matters (10.8.3)
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LOCAL INFORMATION

10.2.5.L1
Permanent residential opportunities for adults with learning difficulties

Extent:Jersey
Updated 18 November 2013
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AIMS OF THE COMMUNITY LIVING SERVICE

The agreed objectives for meeting needs throughout the island and across all agencies are seen to be as follows:

In achieving the following aims in offering a service each individual will be able to:

  • Share the same places as other citizens for living, social and leisure activities;
  • Have a wide range of experiences in all areas of life which increase the opportunity to make meaningful choices;
  • Increase their contribution to local communities;
  • Gain respect from other community members through being supported in achieving valued social roles such as householder, friend, worker, student etc;
  • Have valued friends and good relationships with other community members

LES AMIS

Address:-

La Grande Route de St Martin, St Saviour

Specific service objectives

  • To provide long term accommodation within a homely environment where residents feel free to voice their opinions, gain skills and strive for greater independence;
  • To provide ordinary houses in ordinary streets where small groups of people can choose to live together, sharing the responsibility of running their home and contributing to its development;
  • To provide short stay accommodation to clients living with families in the community. This gives a necessary break to both client and carer and is a preparation for future development;
  • To do the utmost to provide accommodation at short notice, in cases of emergency.

Services offered

A flexible and versatile selection of residential accommodation to people with learning difficulties, either on a short break or on a more permanent arrangement. This service is offered by a residential staff group who are supported by other disciplines as and when required.

Accommodation available at present

The main house accommodates 18 residents in a range of smaller group settings. Five group homes provide further accommodation for 20 people.

Access to the service

Les Amis may be accessed through the Mental Health Community Teams or directly by contacting the General Manager at Les Amis, Five Oaks, St Saviour (telephone 850600, fax 519956).