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The staff at Oaks and Willows support service users to live as independently as possible and teach them the skills to do so and each of our tenants has a support plan to ensure their needs are met and where possible, they will meet their own needs.

Wesley musicSometimes, a service user may learn enough and become so confident that they want to move on to living without live in support.

Recent success story - Wesley

Wesley is seen here at our Day Services Centre enjoying a music session.

Welsey settled in to the Willows in 2008 and made a new start to his life.

Over the years at The Willows, Welsey has grown in confidence and become a much more independent individual, thanks to the support he has received from the staff and his house mates. Wesley enjoyed studying at K College via our person centred care and made some really good friends in Tonbridge.

After leaving college, he found employment at Hale Place, cleaning.

Wesley is now in a position where he doesn't accept much help as he can do everything - takes himself to the gym, looks after his own room, cleans and does his own shopping online.

Welsey decided it was time to move on and take the next step to becoming even more independent.

Recently, in April 2017, Wesley moved into his own flat locally, one of eight, for people with learning disabilities with MacIntyre Care.  He is so confident with his travel that happily, he continues to attend our on site Day Centre.

We have just welcomed two new service users to The Oaks and The Willows (July 2017) - Chris and Steven!  They are settling in well.

Scotts Project Trust
Delarue Close
Shipbourne Road
Kent TN11 9NN
Registered Charity 1051947

Call 01732 359113