Working for the common good by enabling people to develop to their personal potential.
The Alan Shearer Centre is a highly specialist, respite, residential and social facility for people with complex disabilities and acute sensory impairments. Situated in its own grounds on the outskirts of Newcastle, the Alan Shearer Centre comprises three specialist facilities on the same site:
A specialist recreational, sensory and social resource for disabled people of all ages, catering to a wide spectrum of need. Facilities are completely free to use and include a hydrotherapy suite, sensory rooms and cave, a giant ball pool, a music room, seasonal activities and a café . Overhead tracking and hoists are fitted throughout, enabling full accessibility to all areas for those with limited mobility.
To find out how to become a member, or to arrange a tour of the Activity Centre, please ring Dawn Hepburn-Jobling, our Centre Co-ordinator on 0191 267 8118, or email email@example.com, and she will be delighted to help.
Providing highly specialised respite breaks in a safe and specially adapted environment for people with a range of disabilities and behavioural issues, the centre allows parents and carers a well-earned rest. It is the only short break centre in the North East with its own on-site Activity Centre, set within several acres of private and beautifully landscaped grounds.
If you would like to see our facilities, meet our staff and discuss your individual needs, please call our Manager, Gareth Bainbridge, on 0191 267 8128 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also situated within the Alan Shearer Centre, the home offers residential accommodation for adults with profound and multiple disabilities. Here we provide longer term, safe and nurturing care and support. In addition, our disabled residents have full access to the on-site Activity Centre.
For more information, or to arrange a visit to see our facilities, please call our Registered Manager, Gareth Bainbridge on 0191 264 8925 or email him at email@example.com.
The Alan Shearer Centre is a part of St Cuthbert’s Care.
Events and activities coming up at the Alan Shearer Centre
It has been many weeks since we heard the joy and laughter of you all at the Alan Shearer Centre, but it is our top priority to keep you, our staff and the wider community safe. We appreciate this will be a very difficult time for you and your family without the freedom our Centre brings and hope you are all staying safe.
We are uncertain when we will be able to re-open, but invite you to follow us on Facebook to join in our interactive games and activities.
We hope to see you all again soon.