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Hft Devon provides a range of services for people with learning disabilities in Devon, including supported living, transition services, leisure activities and supported employment.

Our work

Supported living

We provide supported living services to people in their own homes within the community.

Personal care support

We can help people we support with their health and well-being.

Transition services

Our transition service supports people with learning disabilities looking to make the move from residential services to their own homes within the local community.

Leisure activities

We help people to pursue hobbies, make new friends and get involved in their local communities. Our dedicated community activities team provides a range of day and evening leisure activities for people with learning disabilities.

We run a wide range of activities, including:

  • Arts and crafts
  • Woodwork
  • Fitness
  • Music
  • Women’s group
  • Pottery

Learning

Our COAST project is an annual course for people with learning disabilities. The course enhances people’s understanding of their local communities and allows them to build various life skills, including travel skills, socialising, computers and many other subjects.

Supported employment

We provide employment services to help people with learning disabilities to develop skills and experience for work. We can also support people planning self- employment.

Our mobile catering van, Café Bella, provides meaningful training and work experience for people with learning disabilities. Café Bella is used at local events to provide hot and cold refreshments.

Peer support

We help people we support get their voice heard.

Residential care

We provide residential care for people with learning disabilities in Devon in homely surroundings with a dedicated support team.

Community Hub

Our community hub is open to people with learning disabilities supported by Hft, and to the wider local community. The hub provides a place for people to meet up. There’s also a meeting room available for use by local community groups, and a hall which can be rented for local events.

At the hub, we run a wide range of sessions for people with learning disabilities. Sessions are always changing, but might include:

  • Bingo
  • Support with managing finances
  • Boccia  (seated boules)
  • Seated exercise classes
  • Arts and crafts sessions
  • Photography
  • Sessions on running your own business
  • Drama
  • Coffee mornings

Our CQC Ratings

See CQC inspection reports for each of Hft's registered services that have been rated by the CQC.

  

Adrian, Phil & Sue

For Adrian, Phil and Sue, being able to choose who you live with and where you live was fundamental to their happiness.