Supported Living

Supported Living

We provide Supported Living services to individuals living in their own homes or in shared housing with specific needs of adults with learning and physical disabilities. Our aim is to support you with daily tasks and to the essentials of daily life such as self care, laundry, cooking and budgeting.

Our services assists individuals to enjoy independent lives, either living on their own, with others. We aim to support individuals to maintain and develop the skills necessary for independent living.

We will help you to achieve your fullest potential by supporting you to carry out as many tasks as possible while supporting you to have maximum control over your life.

Our fully qualified and trained staff provide flexible support when needed for everyday tasks. For individuals with more complex needs a comprehensive care package with upto 24hr care support is available.

Our Service Is Based On These Principles

  • Well-being
  • Choice
  • Independence
  • Dignity
  • Respect
  • Communication
  • Inclusion

How It Works

In the first instance we carry out an assessment of needs to determine the individual support required and outcomes will be stated in a personal support plan and what you would have told us is important to you. All support plans are personalised and tailored to individuals.

Depending on your needs we will determine how often we come to support you and what areas you need support with.

When you needs change, we will review your support plan to ensure that the change is reflected and support is adjusted to suit appropriately.

Who We Support

  • Young adults
  • People requiring rehabilitation 
  • People with learning difficulties
  • People with mental health problems
  • People with physical difficulties
  • People with challenging behaviors

We Support With;

  • Communication
  • Social and leisure activities in the community
  • Claiming benefits and managing finances
  • Attending appointments
  • Education and employment
  • Accessing shared facilities and choice in communal matters
  • Accessing independent advocacy services
  • Developing travel skills and independence
  • Accessing appropriate health services
  • Medication administration and management
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Developing /maintaining friendships
  • Socialising/meeting with friends and family
  • Personal hygiene and appearance
  • Managing continence and toileting
  • Mobility
  • Accessing specialist support services