WHO IS IT FOR?
The Woodlarks Centre ~ a Farnham care home and activity centre which supports a diverse community of individuals who have various physical or learning disabilities and impairments.
** You will need a car to get to us, as there is no public transport.
WHAT WILL I BE DOING?
You would be driving our residents get to regular appointments (Dr's, college, church, Disability Initiative at Bells Piece, Farnham) or occasional day trips out. Also, if you can help on an ad hoc basis, we would love to hear from you. Our residents are very friendly, love talking to people and really appreciate the opportunity to get out and about in the local community. If you feel you can help at this worthwhile charity, please get in touch with us.
- clean driving licence
- friendly and helpful
- good communicator
Farnham and locality
HOW DO I FIND OUT MORE AND APPLY FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY?
Fill in the online application form.
“To provide the highest quality care and support for people with a range of disabilities in a warm and stimulating environment”
The Woodlarks Centre is a Care Home and Activity Day Centre situated in a beautiful rural area of Farnham, Surrey.
It supports a diverse community of individuals who have various physical or learning disabilities and impairments.
Founded in 1949, The Woodlarks Centre is a charitable trust with up to 22 residents who are encouraged to lead a varied and active social life and integrate into the local community. There is an extensive programme of both in house and external activities that the residents have the choice of participating in. A significant aspect of The Woodlarks Centre is the Activity Centre which offers a variety of therapeutic arts and crafts and is available at all times for the residents.
The home is spacious yet homely, with modern equipment enabling the residents to maintain their independence. There is a Doctors Surgery next door making it extremely convenient for residents medical appointments.
Between 2011 and 2013, The Woodlarks Centre underwent an extensive renovation project resulting in all the residents’ rooms being upgraded to include an en suite wet room, and the communal areas of the home have all benefited from upgrades and modernisation to suit the residents’ requirements.
The Woodlarks Centre is regulated by the Care Quality Commission.