Falkirk - Forth Valley

At Active Healthcare Services we focus on providing you and your loved ones with the support needed to promote independent living and maximising potential. We provide services across Edinburgh & Midlothian, West Lothian, Falkirk & Forth Valley and North and South Lanarkshire.
Our resource bases in Edinburgh, Livingston, Broxburn and Falkirk are designed to meet the needs of those on the autism spectrum, learning disabilities and complex physical needs.


Our flexible outreach service helps people on the autism spectrum to access opportunities and activities outside their home. This may include assisting people to take part in their favourite sport or to attend a college course.

Other activities and support offered includes:

        • Literacy & numeracy
        • Personal care & hygiene
        • Budgeting skills
        • Cooking skills
        • Employment skills
        • Health & well being
        • Independent travelling skills

We also offer social, cooking and art groups giving our service users the opportunity to meet other people and develop social and life skills. Activities are run from our resource bases in Falkirk. Social Group activities include visits to attractions and organised walks to local parks and places of interest. We also support our service users to access community-based groups in their local areas.

Falkirk Resource Base

Our Falkirk Resource Base is our newest base and warmly welcomes anyone accessing it.


It is set well back from the road and is quite a private space away from the hustle and bustle of Falkirk but close enough to access all the amenities the town has to offer.


Our base itself currently offers:

  • A relaxed atmosphere with sociable staff.
  • Green space at the side of the building, we hope to develop this more in the future.
  • A fully fitted kitchen with two cooking workstations.
  • Computers that can be used by our service users for structured activities.
  • A games area with a pool table.
  • An arts and crafts area.
  • Group activities, soon we hope to organise social, gaming and art groups.


Housing Support

Our housing services help people to live as independently as possible in the community. Services can either be provided in your own home, or within specific accommodation such as supported housing.


Housing support services provide a range of different tasks to support service users to manage their home and personal care such as:

  • Assistance with paperwork such as application for benefits and other claims forms.
  • Managing the household budget.
  • Keeping safe and secure.
  • Accessing support from other specialist services.
  • Support with shopping and housework.
  • Support with bathing, dressing & eating.

The type of support that is provided will aim to meet the specific needs of an individual.
 We provide 24/7 care and support including waking nights and sleepovers.

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We are open and supporting service users through the current pandemic. Read on for further information on COVID-19


Generally, coronavirus can cause severe symptoms in people with weakened immune systems, older people, and those with long term conditions like diabetes, cancer, and chronic lung disease.


The most common symptoms are a new:

  • Continuous cough
  • Fever/high temperature (37.8C or greater)

Some people will have more serious symptoms, including pneumonia or difficulty breathing, which might require admission to hospital.


If you have developed symptoms (however mild) in the last 7 days, stay at home for 7 days from the start of your symptoms and arrange to be tested. Do not go to your GP, pharmacy, or hospital.


You should remain at home until you get the result of the test, and then follow the advice you will be given on the result.


People can become infected when droplets land directly on them or they touch contaminated objects and surfaced. That is why good respiratory hygiene and hand washing are so important.

The virus might also spread by people 2 days before developing symptoms or by those who don’t develop symptoms at all.


You can reduce your risk of getting and spreading the infection by:

  • Avoiding direct hand contact with your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Maintaining good hand hygiene.
  • Avoiding direct contact with people that have a respiratory illness and avoid using their personal items such as their mobile phone.
  • Covering your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing with disposable tissues and disposing of them in the nearest waste bin after use.
  • Following the guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection if someone in your household has symptoms.
  • Making sure everyone in the household follows the Scottish Government’s Coronavirus advice as much as possible and to stay away from other people.
  • Making sure everyone in your household follows the physical distancing advice, especially anyone in a vulnerable group.
  • Helping those at extremely high risk of severe illness with coronavirus to follow the shielding advice.
  • You can’t catch coronavirus from food, but it is possible to catch it if you touch an infected surface or object and then touch your mouth or nose.

Wash your hands regularly

Wash your hands with soap and water or alcohol hand sanitiser before eating and drinking, and after coughing, sneezing, and going to the toilet.


For further information and latest advice:

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