Keys Group: Futures
Futures is a skills-based learning disability day service which aims to support and enable young (post-19) learning-disabled people in their preperation towards adulthood. We seek to enhance existing key social and intellectual skills and empower our young people towards a future life of greater control and independence.
Our provision is outcome driven and evidenced, with structured, curricular social content and with some AQA accredited elements in areas including numeracy, literacy and science.
- Independent Living
- Community Inclusion
Each young person will have a timetable which reflects their EHCP outcomes or other agreed realistic outcomes as well as personal preferences and interests. Assessment against outcomes will be continuous throughout.
Futures is a very well resourced provision. We offer sessions in Art, Horticulture, cookery, music and relaxation therapy, yoga and Drama as well as 'special Interest' periods, broadening the scope with which we can work towards each young person's individualised outcomes.
Enhancing communication and alternative methods to speech is a big part of what we do. A lot of our work is delivered on a one-to-one basis by experienced learning assistants. Professional speech and language therapy is available inclusive and in-house also. We also have a full-time nurse (RNLD) on site.
Whilst focussing in particular on key, identified outcome areas, all of our individualised programmes will include core areas of numeracy and literacy and will typically involve some structured community and social leisure activity.
We encourage interested parties to contact us with queries or to arrange to visit.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Keys Group Futures
- L9 1NR
Futures shares a site with the Liverpool Progressive School (SEN) and Walton Resource Centre
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Monday - Friday, 9am-4pm
- Time of day
- Session Information
50 week provision available
Social / Life Skills with AQA Accredited Content (numeracy, Literacy, ICT)
- Referral Details
Referrals come via social workers based in various local authority areas. Expressions of interest, queries and requests for visits are welcomed from parents/carers or other involved professionals.
- Other notes
Admission and programme design is informed ideally by an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP), Learning Disability Assesment (LDA) and/or a thorough assessment process. All of our students have additional needs reflecting moderate to quite severe and multiple learning disability. We offer speciality in autism, as reflected across all Keys Group services. We are wheelchair-accessible in all areas.