We provide practical daily support which allows our service users to access as many opportunities as possible. We help people with everything from personal care, through to meal preparation, maintaining a clean and tidy homes through to assistance with managing their finances and correspondence. In addition we help our services users to have an active social life, assisting with their travel to and participation in their preferred activities.
Our support plans are built to accommodate not just the assessed needs of the service user, but also their preferences and aspirations. By identifying each individual’s goals, we can build a care programme which focuses on achieving the specific outcomes a service user needs to live their desired lifestyle. This person-centred approach gives our service users more choice and control over when and how they access the support they need.
When assigning care workers, we believe that in addition to possessing the requisite skills training, a good care worker will enhance the life of a service user with learning disabilities. To that end we take the time to learn about the interests and habits of each of our service users, then select a care worker can provide the right stimulation and support. Our priority is to build a relationship centred on trust and true companionship.