Supported living home providing 24-hour support to adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs, moderate learning difficulties and autism spectrum conditions.
The home sees every aspect of a person’s daily life as a potential learning opportunity, working collaboratively with an individual in areas that might include personal care, cooking, shopping, domestic tasks and planning individual recreational and developmental activities. A person-centred planning approach is used, tailored towards individual needs and focused on outcomes.
The home looks to support an individual with realistic and achievable positive outcomes in developing their independence; however small a step a person may need to take at a time.
Team members work closely with community teams to ensure that individuals continue to access key services, and this close working relationship allows them to focus on increased independence, recovery and relapse prevention for those who have mental health needs.
This home’s profile number is 248.