Day care for adults with learning disabilities

Rosehill Resource Centre, Montrose

Rosehill Resource Centre can provide places for men and women with learning disabilities and can cater for those with profound and multiple needs and those on the autistic spectrum.

You have to be over 16 years old to apply for a place at the centre.

You can make a request for a place, or get someone like a friend, relative, carer or GP to make one on your behalf.

You will be appointed a care manager who will carry out an assessment and arrange a place at the centre, if this is appropriate.

You can attend from a half day a week to several days a week to match your needs and interests, as long as places are available.

Rosehill Resource Centre has a hydro-therapy pool which can be accessed by service users who have an assessed need and attend Rosehill, Lilybank Resource Centre, Forfar and Lochlands Resource Centre, Arbroath. Rosehill also has a well-equipped sensory environment.

There is a charge for attending the centre and you will be assessed to find out how much you will have to pay. If you decide to have the lunch provided, you will also have to pay for this.

Attending the centre, will not affect your benefits. You can get benefits advice from our welfare rights team.

Rosehill Resource Centre is accessible by public transport, and by specially adapted vehicles suitable for wheelchairs.

Rosehill Resource Centre is open Monday to Friday 8.45am to 4pm.

You are very welcome to visit the centre, but please contact the manager on 01674 673313 to arrange a time.

You may want to visit with your care manager or carer.