Loch Park, Keith

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At Loch Park our customers enjoy stunning scenery and activities such as fishing, archery or canoeing.

Although we are open to the public, we specialise in offering services to people with learning disabilities. We are also a day care centre with placements for people who come from around the local area with a learning disability or physical disability who want to learn new skills; from tree planting, rural skills, arts and crafts or wood work there is something for everyone to try.

All activities here are overseen by our team of highly qualified professionals, ensuring everything happens in a safe and controlled environment. They offer a great way for people of all abilities to have fun, meet new people and take on all sorts of new challenges.

What we do appeals because of the enjoyment we give to the people who come here, but the respite we give carers. If you’re caring for a loved one with learning disabilities, life can be tough. By coming here, you can kick back, relax and let us take the strain.

If you have any questions about the activities on offer here, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our team will be happy to help.

Our services 
Learning disabilities active days
Learning disability
Support for people with physical disabilities

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Health news

June 12th 2014

A national charity based in York, which helps seriously ill and disabled children through the use of therapeutic music, has received a special commendation and donation from Care UK, the UK’s leading health and social care provider.

May 6th 2014

Music and art was the order of the day at the Orchard Day Centre, Epsom, to help celebrate the launch of the Care UK Wellbeing Foundation with Nordoff Robbins, the UK’s leading music therapy charity.

January 31st 2014

Care UK's Health Care division has unveiled its privacy and dignity policy to mark national Dignity Action Day on 1st February – with a vow that people’s interests must always come first.

November 21st 2014

The Mental Health Foundation has described a revelation that local authorities spend just 1.4 per cent of their public health budgets on mental health as “a great concern”.

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