The appointment is key to enhancing the ongoing care received at Golcrest House to ensure its person centred approach goes above and beyond to recognise that each individual has different needs and requirements.
Eileen says: “Getting to know the resident’s individually and learning about their interests, hopes and dreams is something I am really looking forward to. Fulfilling activities can make such a difference to how someone with autistic spectrum disorder integrates in to what we call normal society.
Eileen Smale, activities co-ordinator at Goldcrest House says: “Our work at Goldcrest is all about addressing autism and helping our residents work through the effects working towards a fulfilled and empowered life..
Based on Boothferry Road Goldcrest House is a centre of excellence dedicated to addressing the individual needs of adults over 18 affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorder and learning difficulties. It is a residential home that provides long-term integrated specialist day and residential care to meet the varied needs of those who access the service 52 weeks a year; its aim is to be the UK’s quality service of choice.