Adult Resource Centres
Our Adult Resource Centres provide support and weekday opportunities for young people and adults with learning and physical disabilities aged 16 and over. We have resource centres for adults with learning disabilities in Musselburgh, Port Seton and Haddington. We also provide a service for people with a physical disability in Port Seton. Details on our resource centres are below.
The Fisherrow Hub is based in Musselburgh and provides support and weekday opportunities for young people and adults predominantly with a learning disability who are resident in East Lothian. We provide a range of structured activities that take place at our Fisherrow base in Musselburgh and in a range of community settings, for example, sport centres, libraries, community halls, colleges or other educational centres.
For more information call Colin Jeffrey or Senior Day Service Officer on 0131 665 8739
Tynebank Resource Centre
Tynebank Resource Centre offers support to young people and adults with learning disabilities with a particular focus on complex and additional support needs, providing a high standard of care. We strive to encourage people to “be all they can be” by developing needs led activities and creative opportunities in both community and centre-based settings.
For more information call Caitriona Houston or Senior Day Service Officer on 01620 824415
Port Seton Resource Centre
Port Seton Resource Centre is part of a lively, vibrant and thriving community centre, with full access to disabled/toileting facilities, recreational facilities and a community cafe. We offer support and structured activities that enable young people and adults with a learning disability and physical disability to take part and do things that are purposeful and meaningful to them, developing links within their own communities and other local facilities.
For more information call Colin Jeffrey or Senior Day Service Officer on 01875 815220
If you or a friend/relative are interested in attending an Adult Resource Centre then you will need to organise an assessment. If you or a friend/relative are interesting in attending an Adult Resource Centre, you will need to contact our department to complete an assessment.