Caring About Making That Difference
The Norman laud association
We have 2 homes, both based in Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield which provide overnight and day care services. Our aspiration is for our service users to enhance their social experiences, develop and maintain skills for independence, support individual interest and build resilience so they are equipped for every change in their lives.
We provide a service for adults and young people funded by their local authority from Birmingham, Sandwell, Walsall, Staffordshire and Solihull and also those with direct payments.
We need to raise £250,000 per annuum to support our services, provide holidays, day trips, family support services and to purchase much needed specialist equipment. We hold a variety of events throughout the year, rely heavily on Trust fundraising and enjoy working with our local community to ensure the momentum of fundraising continues. For further information and to get involved click on our Fundraising link.
Adult Short Break Home
Emscote House provides an overnight short break services for adults aged 18 – 65 with profound learning difficulties, autism and/or complex physical and health care needs.
The services are centred on enabling people to make choices about lifestyle and placing value on each person’s right to independence, privacy, dignity and equality.
At Emscote House we take into account each guest’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
Lime Grove House
Children's Short Break Home
The Norman Laud Short Break Home provides both overnight and day care services for children aged from 5 – 18, who have profound learning difficulties, autism, complex physical and/or health care needs.
Although named Lime Grove House the young people continue to call us “Norman Laud” following our move to the new premises in 2016.
Our 4 bedded home has a really homely ambience and an environment that is stimulating, nurturing and equipped to meet the diverse needs of the young people. We provide positive social experiences for our young people whilst they are away from their families.