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Look Ahead Care and Support Lisson Street

Last Updated 02/08/2019


Lisson Street provides accommodation for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities. The building accommodates 7 customers and live-in carers in self-contained flats with a lounge / diner, bedroom/s and bathroom. Commissioned by Supporting People, the service offers 16 hours of support per week to provide all housing related support which includes:

  • Benefits Support
  • Maintenance and Repair support
  • Fire Safety; and
  • Rents/service charge support

The key aim of the service is to promote long term independence. There is no set time limit for the service however, under the assured shorthold tenancy the service aims to move customers to general housing within 2 years. This is assessed on an individual needs basis. The service also provides support to customers to access:

  • Health & Wellbeing services
  • Employment
  • Education; and
  • Training services in the Borough

This is a service that requires a referral from the Community Learning and Disability team:

Westminster Learning Disability Partnership:

Tel: 020 7641 7411

Email: adminwldp@westminster.gov.uk

Individuals wishing to access this service must be known to the Community Learning and Disability Team or Housing Team. The landlord, Peabody is also involved in the referral process.



Who to contact

Contact Name
Jackie Squire
Contact Position
Contract Manager
E-mail
 jackiesquire@lookahead.org.uk
Website
https://www.lookahead.org.uk/

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
17 years and over

Local Offer

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Who is this service available to?

Lisson Street is available to adults over the age of 17 years who have a learning disability as their primary support need and require accommodation. Customers may also have a secondary mental health (dual diagnosis) need.

How do you access this service?

This is a service that requires a referral from the Community Learning and Disability team:

Westminster Learning Disability Partnership:

  • T 020 7641 7411 E adminwldp@westminster.gov.uk Individuals wishing to access this service must be known to the Community Learning and Disability Team or Housing Team.
  • The landlord, Peabody is also involved in the referral process.
How do we ensure the quality of this service?

The service is monitored by Westminster’s Supporting People team as well as Look Ahead Care and Support quality management team.

Look Ahead has a customer feedback and complaints process that residents, parents and/or carers can use to raise their concerns in confidence. Lisson Street also has an annual SHiP audit from Peabody Trust.

Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Needs Level
Low
SEN Provision Type
Universal

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