Supported living is a service designed to help people with a wide range of support needs retain their independence by being supported in their own home. People in supported living have their own tenancy and are responsible for their own bills and cost of living. This may include full or part furnishing and repairing any damage – exact details will vary locally. To afford these, the person may be entitled to a wide range of benefits and grants.
There are many roles and responsibilities of the caregiver, including:
We provide expert, quality support services to children and adults with learning disabilities and other complex care needs to live comfortably at home. Home may be with their loved ones or just family, in supported living accommodation or living independently. Our Service Users we support receive quality, reliable and highly dependable service bespoke to their specific cognitive, physical or mental health needs to enable our cherished service users to achieve their desired positive outcomes and live happily as part of their local community.
In simpler terms we provide highly skilled experts and professionals to deliver support services so people are afforded every opportunity to live happy, healthy and rewarding lives in wherever they call home. We work and cooperate with family members, Local Authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups and people who are funded through direct payments or their own funds.
We work with children, young people and adults with a range of needs including, Learning disabilities, Autism, Physical Disabilities, Epilepsy & Brain Injury.
Our disability support services include Supported Living, Outreach Support, Complex Care and Transforming Care. We also provide specific support to young people transitioning to adult services.
Our reputation for consistently delivering high quality disability support services is reflected in the Care Quality Commission GOOD ratings all our Teams have achieved.
We provide our services in the Local Authority areas listed below and are continuing to work with others to offer our specialist disability support in new areas in the future: