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Day Opportunities

Your Choice

Choice is fundamental to our mission. We offer a range of facilities and care services for people with profound needs and dependencies.

Our Promise

We vow to always provide innovative, personalised and high-quality care. Your choice, your support and your way.

Tailored activities

Tailored activities, supported by flexible and responsive staff encourage a fun and lively environment, full of rich experiences.

Live Music



Coffee mornings

Film nights

Arts & Crafts

Exercise classes



Coffee mornings

Live Music


Film nights

Arts & Crafts

Exercise classes



Everyone needs much more than to simply be ‘cared for’. We need friendships, skills, fulfilment and a place where we are understood.

Catalyst’s Day Opportunities enable people with additional learning needs and/or physical disabilities to take part in a diverse range of day-time activities, using local community facilities. This might be support with daily tasks, or treatments such as Occupational Therapy, independence building activities, as well as social and leisure opportunities.  

We want you to spend your day, engaged in activities you have chosen with your support delivered by professional and personable staff. 

Noah's* Voice

June 2020. Noah was having a really difficult time. His relationship with his family had broken down, and it had left both sides feeling helpless and unhappy. Due to his autism diagnosis, Noah hugely values structured routines. However, as a young adult, Noah’s erratic behaviour, such as setting fires and trying to abscond from care, meant that neither his family nor the police felt he was ready or prepared to live independently, without putting himself or others at risk. 

After meeting Noah for the first time, Catalyst put a team together to support him in his own house, alongside a plan for joining day opportunities. This involved matching team members who could meet Noah’s specific needs while building trust, planning and routine into his day-to-day life. The team was there to link Noah to the specific activities he wanted to do – so much so that he started to plan his own support by selecting which staff he wanted on different occasions. 

January 2021. Noah is now settled in his own home, and there is very clear guidance and support in place for any team members who may work with him. This stability and support has meant that Noah has been able to re-establish a positive relationship with his parents and has even been able to make plans for the future to realise his personal aspirations and ambitions. 

*Not his real name

**One of Catalyst Choices’ core values is growth, for both our clients and our team. In Noah’s case, the Catalyst team were able to see his potential for personal growth, despite the challenges faced in his previous experience of care. This means Noah will be able to achieve his goals in future and do so happily and safely. 

Catalyst Choices also values collaboration. This is a key factor in Noah’s story, as the team worked with Noah, alongside his family and key health and social care professionals, to create a result that was successful for everyone. 

**Additional text for use in bids/funder facing work.  

Contact us

Whether you’d like to visit a site, make an enquiry or speak to one of our team, we’d love to hear from you. Call us Monday – Friday 09.00-17.00 on:

01925 202380

or drop us a line at:

About Woodleigh

Based in Callands-Warrington, our purpose-built home at Woodleigh provides the highest quality home-from-home experience for older adults, adults in rehabilitation and those who require specialist dementia care. We are a friendly and vibrant community, with several events running every week by our experienced and caring team, designed to keep us moving and entertained while getting the full-time care we need.

With 39 beds on offer, Woodleigh provides CQC-rated ‘good’ quality care for people who need support with daily living activities from staff who are highly trained. A sense of belonging and fun is fundamental to our mission and each household unit offers a warm, comfortable shared living experience.

The service and the homely environment are designed for people to maintain their independence, achieve their goals and to build on meaningful and long-term relationships with other residents.
We also offer intermediate care through our ‘mini stays’ service, which provides the opportunity for recovery and rehabilitation through a planned programme of care and treatment. The aim of the service is to support discharge from hospital and living in their own homes to maximise independence, promote wellbeing and to prevent unnecessary readmission into hospital. 

We are also proud to provide Short-Break services at our Woodleigh home. We offer full-time opportunities for adults with a physical disability, learning disability or autism, aimed at carving out a rich quality of life and varied experiences.

We will also support individuals to transition into adult services as we are with you every step of the way. We know it can be a little daunting, so this is why we can also offer taster sessions for those who might be planning to move into supported accommodation but have never spent a night away from their family.

To find out more about services at Woodleigh, call 01925 202380 or drop us a line at

About Lilycross

One of our most recent sites, Lilycross – Widnes, was opened at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, to serve as a ‘step-down’ facility for patients recovering from the virus. Now that the number of Covid-19 cases is decreasing, Lilycross remains open as a Nursing and Intermediate Care facility for adults recovering from time spent in hospital.

We ensure everybody staying with us at Lilycross can begin to regain independence, or recover as swiftly as possible, whilst maintaining good social connections and access to their local community. 

  • Expert care from highly-trained staff team 24 hours a day 
  • Fast and regular access to the GP and other medical professional support
  • Private, spacious rooms with en-suite facilities
  • Comfortable and welcoming social areas, with entertainment such as TV, games, quizzes and books. 
  • Regular programme of activities including afternoon tea, themed entertainment nights, arts and crafts

At Lilycross, our mission is to get you well and back home safely, as soon as possible – whilst we support you to recover in comfort and confidence.

To find out more about services at Lilycross, call 01925 202380 or drop us a line at

About Newborough & Supported Tenancies

Located right next to our Woodleigh home in Callands-Warrington, Newborough our Supported Tenancies go beyond living care; they allow our people to thrive. Adults with a range of learning disabilities can be supported 24-hours by highly trained staff who teach valuable life skills, develop mobility and encourage integration with their community.

Our Supported Tenancies residents are empowered to live their own lives, to be part of a community and to realise their ambitions.

Each resident with a learning disability receives group or one-to-one support from Catalyst’s specialist team members, to assist them with everyday activities such as shopping, socialising and participating in society safely and contentedly, whatever their level of need.

To find out more about services at Newborough and Supported Tenancies, call 01925 202380 or drop us a line at

About Linear Park

Linear Park – Catalyst Choices (also known as Housing with Care) is one of the newest homes welcomed to the Catalyst Choices family.

With grounds overlooking the Sankey Canal on the edge of Newton-Le-Willows provides residential care for older adults, adults in rehabilitation and those who require specialist dementia care.
Catalyst Choices are continuing to invest in further developing Linear Park, creating more beds and placement opportunities.

To find out more about services at Linear Park, call 01925 202380 or drop us a line at

About Mosslands

Based in Birchwood-Warrington, our Mosslands site offers Extra Care Housing provision that provides care and support to older adults in specially-designed accommodation, meaning they can remain independent while benefitting from daily check-ins, social events, and activity and leisure opportunities.

If you or a loved one want independence but with a little help here and there, we provide high-quality housing where you can feel right at home. We’ll check in on you for wellbeing, personal skills and practical help, but the rest we leave up to you!

Spend your retirement in the place you choose, doing things you enjoy, with support from a team that’s there for your needs.

To find out more about services at Mosslands, call 01925 202380 or drop us a line at

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