What can we do?
This can include support to live at home as well as community access and social activities. We can support people with a learning disability who have a positive behaviour support plan.
Our service delivers;
- 24-hour care
- Waking night support
- Social activities inside and outside of the home.
What can you expect from us?
You can expect our service to work with a person centred and strengths-based approach in mind.
The people we support can expect to:
- Have a good care experience.
- Feel involved with their care at all times.
- Receive care and support which improves or maintains their wellbeing.
- Receive a service which develops independence and achievement
Depending on the nature of the support requested, we will work with people and their next of kin to set goals and outcomes for the support which will be reviewed regularly.
We use digital technology in all aspects of our support delivery. From staff planning to documenting the persons progress.
Our specialist team
We employ a specialist team including Specialist Support Coordinators, Registered Nurses and our Clinical Lead is an Occupational Therapist.
Our supporting staff are assigned to bespoke packages of care and support. This helps the person being support to build relationships and be assured needs are being met.
When we set up the persons support, we can provide specialist training from our Registered Nurse (Nursing Skills) or Clinical Lead (NAPPI-UK for behavioural concerns).
Our support is usually funded by the local authority, NHS, personal health budgets private solicitors or case managers or through direct payments.
Once we receive a referral, we will arrange an initial assessment at the person’s home. During this visit we will explore the person’s support needs and what their preferences are.
Fore more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call is on 0191 4911735.