Our personalised services support people with learning disabilities including physical disabilities, mental health needs, Autism, Down’s Syndrome, complex health needs such as cystic fibrosis, long term neurological conditions such as Huntington’s disease, dementia and cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury (ABI). Our specialisms also include support for people with sensory and communication impairments, such as being deaf and/or blind and those who have limited or no verbal communication.
Our support always varies according to individual need in accommodation ranging from people’s own flats or family homes to supported living and residential services, including nursing. For many of the people we support with ABI, our supported living services represent their first step back to their communities from rehabilitation hospitals.
We understand that transition can be very daunting and we overcome this by providing an extremely person centred approach to the support and care that we provide, ensuring that transitions are tailored to meet individual needs and by providing individualised support packages which include 24 hour support where required.
Everyone we support is assisted to develop a Person Centred Plan that focuses on enabling each person to achieve their individual dreams and aspirations. These may include making friends, achieving increased independence and gaining education and/or employment.
Service users are supported by our teams to develop lifestyles of their choosing. We also support people to develop individual Health Action Plans which help them to live healthy and safe lifestyles. We have a dedicated team to support and liaise with GPs and hospitals where necessary