"Helping to build positive futures and
overcome barriers for people of all ages"
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The site map has links to all the pages of the site
SFHT on a Google Map. You can use this to get direction to SFHT
This section tells you who we are and what, our history and our plans for the future.
Everything we do is driven by our values and what we believe in.
Here you can meet members of the Management team and the Board of Trustees.
This tells you a bit about our past and how we began.
This is the Plan of how we want to develop our services between the years 2012 - 2015.
This section tells you about all our support services for people.
Our Job Coach supports people to find and keep a job.
We support people in their own homes to live ordinary lives in their local communities.
We support people to enjoy a holiday away or days out from home.
People are supported in a range of daytime opportunities and activities at the Stables and local community facilities Community Based Activities Keeping Fit & Healthy Special Skills.
People have ‘Supported Lifestyles’ and very individual support whilst living in one of our four residential homes.
We are always trying to do things better so we really can support people to have good lives with special moments.
Our Quality Manager helps us to find out from people what is really good in their lives and what they want to be better.
We do special projects that help us to look very closely at some of the ways we support people, to find out how we can improve this.
We try to make all our information as accessible as possible.
This section tells what it is like to work for the Stable Family Home Trust. It is very important that we have staff who are skilled, trained and have a real passion for doing their job well.
You can see what jobs we have vacant and download an application form
Stories from some of our staff.
We offer staff a wide range of learning opportunities and encourage them to continuously develop their skills.
Stables in the snow
We are very lucky to have a team of around 45 volunteers. We are so thankful to these people who give their time and skills and make such a difference in the lives of the people we support.
You can find out how to become a volunteer with us and download and application form.
We are always looking for new volunteers to help us give new experiences and opportunities to the people we support.
Stories of some of our volunteers.
There are many ways that people can help us to ensure that the people we support have those ‘extraordinary moments’ in their lives:
We are always grateful to receive donations to support our ongoing projects to improve our service and facilities.
Come and share the fun in one of our Fundraising events.
We welcome the involvement of our corporate partners.
Come and explore our beautiful, productive garden and learn how we work with nature.
Raise some funds for us and have fun at the same time.
Build a lasting relationship with us and become a Friend.
This can be a way of leaving a lasting memory and investing in the future of the people we support.
We are very grateful for every donation we receive – each one makes a difference.
Support us as fellow members of our local communities.
Dates for your diary.
Fun & Friendship Club
TOUCHING BASE is held at SOPLEY VILLAGE HALL Priest lane BH23 7PA EVERY Thursday
From 7.00 p.m. until 9.00 p.m
We are a Friendship Club for socially excluded Adults who meet each week and do a variety of activities.
Entry cost £3.00 UNLESS WE HAVE A SPECIAL EVENT then prices will be advertised on our posters. CARE and SUPPORT WORKERS FREE + First drink FREE for ALL (any other drinks 20 pence each).
Check out the Events Calendar for dates
Please phone Mary on 01425 478043 for more details.
Go to the CONTACT US page by clicking the link on the left for more of our contact details
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