Welcome to Future Horizons Leeds!

**Important COVID-19 update from the FHL Leeds Trustees**

In light of the announcement from the Prime Minister this evening regarding the latest nationwide lockdown, the Trustees wanted to respond as quickly as possible.

Over the last months, the team have worked incredibly hard to make many adaptations and put into place safe working practices to control the spread of Covid 19 and are confident that we can continue to do so as things currently stand. With this in mind and having reviewed and discussed the broadcast and the latest guidance on the Government website, we have concluded that we will be open as usual tomorrow and will aim to remain open as long as we are allowed and/or able to do so.

We appreciate that this is an incredibly difficult and confusing time for everyone and that you know your young persons’ needs and what is best for them and will be contacting all our families/Carers to discuss their individual needs further tomorrow.

I hope that this update is helpful and timely. As always, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or need and further information.

Take care and kindest regards,

Shelley Robson, Sue Morgan & Michelle Wilman

Creating a new Leeds that Enables, Empowers and Includes

Future Horizons Leeds provides holistic, person-centred care for young adults with complex learning and/or physical difficulties. We prioritise the well-being and personal progress of every young person through organised activities, structured leisure time and physical therapies.

We aim to maximize individual outcomes and wellbeing through the following:

  • Up to 50 weeks provision a year

  • A person-centred approach to meet individual needs

  • A range of in-house and community-based activities, tailored to enable clients to achieve their personal goals

  • Qualified and experienced staff and a high staff-to-client ratio

  • A focus on promoting physical, mental and emotional wellbeing

  • Support to families and carers to promote social and economic wellbeing

  • Participation, where appropriate, in training and life skills activities to promote independence

  • Preparation to move into adulthood with friends, relationships and community involvement.

Our Outcomes and Objectives are to:

  • Improve quality of life

  • Achieve a greater level of independence

  • Maximise personal, social and communication skills

  • Learn to manage and improve emotional health and wellbeing

  • Engage in the community and access community resources

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