The Chaseley Trust
The Chaseley Trust administers a residential, respite and day care nursing home for people with severe physical disabilities.
- They aim to create an enabling and learning environment in which Service Users can work together with staff, students and volunteers to achieve their individual care plan goals.
- To always be the care provider of choice to severely physically disabled people, especially those with an ex-services background.
- To provide dynamic and expert care services for people with severe physical disabilities in a safe, friendly and accessible environment through an expert multi-disciplinary team approach respecting the choices, individuality and privacy of residents, day-care clients and outpatients (the Service Users).
- Valuing the Individual - Respecting the independence and rights of every individual to be treated with dignity and to have privacy and to exercise choice.
- Person Centred - Their care is delivered to meet the assessed needs of their service users, involving, and in may circumstances taking the lead from, the individual in the care planning process.
- Excellence - A belief that in all that they do they will strive to achieve best practice.
- Integrity - They operate in an open, honest and collaborative way with their stakeholders, purchasers, partners and funders.
- Financial Sustainability - They operate in a responsible and professional manner, providing a value for money service, whilst ensuring that the organisation's financial sustainability is upheld.
- Chaseley's dedicated activities team put on a wide range of social activities within the home, including table tennis, pool, bingo, quizzes, indoor bowls, music appreciation, gardening, cake/sweet making, cookery, pet therapy, print making concerts and shows, creative writing and more.
- Art is a very popular pastime and classes are held using the Bob Ross 'Wet on Wet' technique, which enables even complete beginners to participate fully and produce excellent results.
- Additionally a variety of activities are accessible outside the home, including carriage driving and swimming, and there are regular visits to places of interest plus shopping trips, pub lunches, shows, concerts etc.
Whilst all the information given in this document was correct at the time of going to press, DIAL Doncaster cannot be held responsible for any subsequent changes.