The Chief Operating Officer of Sefton New Directions spoke to OTS about the future of Chase Heys
As the Chief Operating Officer of Sefton New Directions I am writing to let you know that Chase Heys Day Centre in Southport is open for business.
The decision by Sefton Council to reorganise adult social care at Chase Heys will only affect people whose day centre places are funded by the local authority. Sefton Council’s announcement does not in any way affect the respite care offered at Chase Heys, or its intermediate care service for people who have just left hospital and New Directions wants to continue to offer a day care service at Chase Heys, as well as at all our other centres across Sefton, to those clients who pay for their own care.
The Chase Heys services unaffected by Sefton Council’s recent decision have a bright future at the site. That is why New Directions is currently refurbishing the respite wings at the centre, and planning a VIP guest reopening of the upgraded facility later in the year.
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