As with all of our work across England and Wales, we are committed to empowering individuals with Learning Disabilities by enabling them to develop daily living skills and relationships, as well as increasing their confidence. We focus on active listening, meaningful engagement and ensuring people lead full, healthy and active lives.
We support people who have limited or no verbal communication, sensory processing disorders, as well as those who are deaf or deafblind. Achieve together also supports people who may present with behaviours which challenge, and also individuals who may present with a risk of offending.
Achieve together support services are provided with additional support via the internal clinical support team including learning disability nursing, mental health nursing, psychology, positive behaviour support (PBS) practitioners, physiotherapy and a healthcare facilitator.
We go above and beyond expectations, with a positive approach and dynamic spirit. Through our ethos of person-centred care, we work to ensure that the support we provide is properly tailored to the individual, meaning that no matter what the learning disability or mental health condition, our specialists can help to improve the person’s ongoing wellbeing.
We want to make sure that everyone – children and adults alike – receive the attention and support that they need in a way that suits them, including residential and day services. We are doing all we can to drive quality across the sector, and we’re proud to be leading by example.