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What happens when you are offered a place at Park Lodge Project?
If you are offered a place at Park Lodge Project, a member of staff will telephone you and invite you to move in. You need to bring your personal possessions, some food and proof of your identity.
On arrival you will be shown your room and given your keys. A member of staff will complete a Housing Benefit form and other paperwork that is essential for your stay at Park Lodge. A member of staff will also show you around the building, explaining how the washing machine works and other electrical appliances. They will also give you information regarding the fire drill, and answer any questions you have.
The Park Lodge Project staff team would like your stay to be a positive one to enable you to move from the main building to the more independent properties and then into your own accommodation as your confidence and skills grow.
What do we expect of young people living at Park Lodge Project?
In order for young people who live at the project to be empowered to live independently they are expected to:
- Attend a minimum of one support session each week and any other support sessions required to support your needs
- Complete assessments as part of a Life Skills program including ‘Managing your own home’
- Attend education, training and/or work placements on a regular basis, if you are not engaged in any of these offsite then you must attend the Projects Life skills program.
- Attend one house meeting each month
In addition they are expected to abide by the terms and conditions of their License Agreement and the House Rules.
Park Lodge Project hopes that you find the referral and moving in experience a smooth, seamless process, however, if you have any questions or problems with the service we offer please telephone the project and discuss these with the Project Manager.