Accommodation in level access services with waking night support which meets the needs of small groups of individuals and promotes day to day living, health and wellbeing, development of skills and independence.
Registered under the Care Quality Commission and inspected for regulated activities, these services provide high quality care and support in small group living (between 3 and 5 people per flat). Each flat is fitted to support people with physical disabilities as well as learning and sensory needs. Staff provide 24 hour support in the following areas:
- Personal care
- Medication and health
- Social and leisure
- Culture and faith
- Employment opportunities
Partnership with families, care managers and clinicians as well as other agencies including advocacy; ensures each person’s needs are well understood and that tools and practices are utilised that empower people to achieve personal goals in a supportive manner. Young adults are supported throughout transition planning; be it from family home or attending a residential college, to maximise the existing knowledge of best practice/ tools in order to maintain and develop learned skills.