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Individual Care
for young people

I’m so pleased with the staff. Not only do they never give up on our daughter, but they always make us feel important and respected.

Nadia, Parent

Transition program

Young people are happy in their

Our team is dynamic, highly qualified and experienced to deliver person-centred support as an individual takes the next step into independence. Turnover is low and morale high; outcomes are impressive. Offering one-to-one support, plus additional assistance as required, the ultimate aim is to reduce support as the person moves towards independent living.

Accommodation

Living facilities are comfortable, decorated to a high standard and designed to promote increased independence. All residents are able to choose their own décor and have their own private bedrooms with en-suite wet rooms. Some residents have their own flatlets with separate sitting rooms and hallways.

All homes have large kitchens, dining rooms, a fully equipped kitchen diner and a small on-site fitness suite and salon.

Activities and lifelong learning 

Our transition program has excellent links with local specialist colleges, clubs and opportunities, and homes are located in areas with both specialist and mainstream activities and amenities.

An exciting and varied social life is considered highly important to the ultimate goal of independent living; therefore, our team continually looks for new and interesting activities for our residents to enjoy.

We undertake a comprehensive life skills assessment and set targets, working together with young adults to achieve increased independence and a happy, fulfilling life.

Transition programme – Case study

Names have been changed to protect identities.

Brian lives at one of our residences. He is physically disabled.

When he first arrived, Brian was reluctant to participate in most activities. However, with the encouragement and support of our staff, he has come a long way.

Brian is now able to manage his own personal care and takes part in a range of activities. He enjoys seeing his family and goes shopping with them at least once a week.

Brian has recently moved into supported living where he has adjusted well. He takes a lot of pride in in his new home and is keen to show guests around. He also helps staff to wash dishes and keep the place clean and tidy.

Thanks to our independent living skills programme, Brian has successfully made the transition into supported living.

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