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Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Chester Link Learning Disability Supported Housing

Fun and Friendships

  • 16 Oct 2015

An important part of enjoying an independent life is having fun with friends. Tenants have very busy social lives with activities... Continue Reading

The Chester Link Learning Disability Supported Housing

Sports

A wide range of sports activities are enjoyed by tenants. These include swimming and competing in galas, football, cycling using both... Continue Reading

The Chester Link Learning Disability Supported Housing

Learning Opportunities

There are a wide variety of educational and learning opportunities available to tenants. Interested tenants are supported to attend local colleges... Continue Reading

Chester Link Supported Housing

Work

Tenants who wish to work or volunteer are supported to find, access and retain jobs in the local area. Current tenants... Continue Reading

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Independent Living Skills

We strongly and actively encourage our tenants to develop strong independent living skills. Tenants are supported to develop independent living skills and... Continue Reading

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Housing

The ideal housing location plays a very important part in the independent living skills that our tenants require. The Chester Link... Continue Reading

Chester Link Newsletters

  • 15 Oct 2015

Chester Link tenants produce bi-annual newsletters to keep families and friends up to date with their activities and interests. The latest... Continue Reading

University of Chester – Learning Disability

  • 01 Oct 2015

University of Chester – Learning Disability A key role of the learning disability nurse is to help and support people with... Continue Reading

The National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi)

    The National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) is a not-for-profit organisation concerned with promoting inclusion and equality for people who... Continue Reading

Contact a Family

  Contact a Family is a national charity for families with disabled children. Contact a Family provide information, advice and support.... Continue Reading