How to get involved



How to get involved

How to get involved

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This new service provides a placement for young adults and school leavers whose individual needs fall between a traditional day care placement and those who would struggle with the additional demands of an employment service provider or a college placement.

Four G will use the Ballyoran centre as their hub. Here they will meet in the morning and use the centre as a base for activities throughout the day.

At 18 years old, the parents of a potential participant can attend an initial tour and an overview of the services provided. If the tour is successful, the participant can then attend taster days for assessment for suitability of the service.

At 19 years old, a final decision will be made to complete an application form and this will be presented to the Day Care Panel by the Social Worker. All participants require a Social Worker in order to access the service. If Self-Directed Support is secured, then a number of transition days will take place in the month of June to support a successful transition from school.

Four G will provide the participant with an appropriate information booklet on the service Four G provides. We will request an essential information transition booklet to be completed, based on how best to support the participants' individual needs.

The participant will then begin their new Post-19 placement in September.

Enrolment to the service is made through completion of an application form, which will then be presented by your son / daughter's Social Worker to the South Eastern or Belfast Health and Social Care Adult Disability Team.

Whether your son/daughter is leaving school or may have already left and have no placement, please feel free to contact us directly to request an application form.

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Ballyoran Community Centre, 30 Rosneath Gardens, Dundonald, Belfast BT16 1UN



07908 385957