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  • Aspire Wellbeing, the West Dulwich health and wellbeing centre, provides high quality day care, stroke rehabilitation and support planning for adults with physical and sensory disabilities. We deliver a packed timetable of activities for our day care members, supplemented by exciting events and trips away throughout the year, offering some much-needed respite for their families and carers.

    Our programme is available both to personal budget holders and self-funders living in Lambeth and its surrounding boroughs, and we offer transport to and from home where necessary. We also work in partnership with the NHS to deliver a stroke rehabilitation programme. And our support planning service creates and delivers highly effective support plans.

    Our clients even get to choose their own personal assistants. Our IFI-accredited gym is open weekday afternoons. It is exclusively available to adults with long term health conditions who are looking for a disability-friendly gym, and membership starts from only £25 per month.

    We raise funds by renting out our facilities (whenever they are not being used by our members) to local businesses, organisations and individuals looking for great quality at a great price. You can hire out our gyms, studios, meeting rooms, conference facilities – and even the entire venue. And because we are a not-for-profit social enterprise, every penny we raise is used to safeguard the future of our core services. – day care, stoke rehabilitation and support planning. Aspire Wellbeing West Dulwich Health and Wellbeing Centre. A community within the community.

  • Address: 21 Park Hall Rd
    London
    Greater London
    SE21 8EH
    United Kingdom
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  • Social Impact Statements:

    Social Impact Statements

    The Social Enterprise Mark criteria includes a requirement that the applicant can demonstrate that social and/or environmental objectives are being achieved.

    In support of this, new applicants and renewing Mark holders must submit Social Impact Statements that summarise their headline activities and achievements, helping show how they are striving to make a difference and stand up to scrutiny of purpose as a social enterprise.

     


    1) Supporting clients to achieve individual goals

    Aspire have 13 staff delivering a range of activities to 78 Day opportunities members Monday to Friday. Furthermore, we provide transport for our members to and from the service covering appointments, daytrips and a daily meal service.

    Aspire supports its clients to achieve their individual goals with the purpose of becoming as independent as possible. It is moving its service model away from a focus on long term/indefinite periods of support to goal-orientated and time limited planned programmes of activity.

    We work with the member, carer and health and social care professionals to develop this programme of enhanced health and wellbeing. In promoting greater confidence, independence and quality of life the programme also extends impact to the wider health and social care economy by reducing reliance on support services and the need for hospital admissions.

     


    2) Providing day care services

    Aspire Wellbeing, the West Dulwich health and wellbeing centre, provides high quality day care, stroke rehabilitation and support planning for adults with physical and sensory disabilities.

    We deliver a packed timetable of activities for our day care members, supplemented by exciting events and trips away throughout the year, offering some much-needed respite for their families and carers. Our programme is available both to personal budget holders and self-funders living in Lambeth and its surrounding boroughs, and we offer transport to and from home where necessary.

     


    3) Outcomes of activities and services

    We also work in partnership with the NHS to deliver a stroke rehabilitation programme. Our support planning service creates and delivers highly effective support plans. Our clients even get to choose their own personal assistants.

    Our IFI-accredited gym is open weekday afternoons. It is exclusively available to adults with long term health conditions who are looking for a disability-friendly gym, and membership starts from only £25 per month.

    We raise funds by renting out our facilities (whenever they are not being used by our members) to local businesses, organisations and individuals looking for great quality at a great price. You can hire out our gyms, studios, meeting rooms, conference facilities - and even the entire venue. And because we are a not-for-profit social enterprise, every penny we raise is used to safeguard the future of our core services – day care, stoke rehabilitation and support planning.

    Outcomes achieved for our members:

    • Improved physical health
    • Improved independent living skills
    • Increased personal confidence
    • Improved employment skills
    • Reduced personal risk
    • Reduced need for carer support

    Outcomes achieved for our local community:

    • Reduced need for carer support
    • Reduced care burden for families
    • Enhanced community awareness of the needs of the vulnerable
    • Reduced level of GP support
    • Reduced hospital admissions

    Aspire’s impact measurement system focuses on a small set of indicators that have been agreed and developed with patients and staff. To validate these indicators and to demonstrate wider impact, both quantitative and qualitative data is being collected on a planned and regular basis. Aspire aims to deliver its first impact report in 2016 and ultimately to show the ROI commissioners through savings to health economy from reduced hospital admissions, GP and other clinical time etc.