Supports individuals living independently or in family home or shared living. The team support people to access the community for regular events in line with defined outcomes. Support may range in areas such as:
- Health and wellbeing (for example support going to health appointments, managing medication, keeping fit)
- Domestic activities such as cooking, cleaning, shopping
- Support with budgeting for example ensuring correct benefits, managing bills and budgeting for day to day or planned events
- Managing tenancy through good neighbour relationships
- Managing antisocial behaviour
- Awareness and support around rights and responsibilities
- Accessing educational and employment including travel training, registration and applications as well as work shadowing
- Signposting and support to access other specialist and mainstream services Outcomes are clearly identified and staff will work proactively to achieve these through clear planning, monitoring and reviewing.
- Partnership with families, care managers and clinicians as well as other agencies including advocacy ensure each person’s needs are well understood and that tools and practices are utilised which empower people to achieve their personal goals in a supportive manner. Young adults who have accessed other society services are offered a seamless transition through internal sharing of knowledge and staff skills, as well as safe spaces and introductions to new people and places.