Who we support
People with physical disabilities
We support people with the full range of daily living tasks, whether personal care, meal preparation, laundry, shopping, housework or managing finances and correspondence. In addition, we support people with physical disabilities to lead an active social life, both outside and inside the home.
People with learning disabilities
We understand that each person’s learning disability is unique to them and therefore requires an individual approach. From the point of referral, through to placement, and beyond, our focus is on ensuring each person is respected as an individual and is placed at the centre of our therapeutic approach.
People with mental health needs
We support people with complex mental health requirements who also often have some form of learning or development need. One of the challenges in supporting people with a mental health need is maintaining stability in their health and avoiding fluctuating circumstances.
People with autism and Asperger‘s
We recognise that people with autism or Asperger’s require a focused service with a specialist knowledge due to their specific needs. We place huge consideration on important elements like the nature and layout of any environment, noise levels and general sensory stimulus, as well as peer group, communication method, and the structure and pattern of each day.
People with complex behaviours
We are a provider of care to people with complex needs, which often manifest themselves through behaviours that are challenging. Although these behaviours can be challenging to the individual, their peers, their family or their supporting staff, we recognise that every behaviour is a form of communication and an expression of an individual’s need or personality.
People with complex health care needs
Within our services we support people who have a range of complex health needs. These are identified through referral and assessment where we consider carefully how we can meet the person’s specific needs.