Woodlands is a residential home supporting adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs and other complex needs. The bespoke support provided centres on individual needs and focuses on developing independence, person-centred life skills, communication, social skills and the individual’s choice.
The experienced team encourage people to take part in a range of activities, including budget planning and support with finances, along with meal planning, preparation and shopping, and household tasks, including laundry and housework. They also support people with planning social and leisure activities, including college, voluntary work, establishing community links, promoting self-advocacy or supporting access to advocacy services.
The team provide continuity and consistency of support by selecting and recruiting support workers chosen with the involvement of those we support and by developing positive relationships getting to know people well.