We aspire to deliver the highest quality of care and support across our services in mental health, learning disabilities, behaviours that challenge and autism. We provide both residential and community outreach services.
Personalisation is key to our approach and our residential services use a positive behavioural support approach.
In addition our residential services are designed and operated on the views and aspirations of our service users.
All our service users are encouraged to be part of the community regardless of their disability. Our service users are provided with support and choice in order to encourage their independence and to ensure they live a full and complete life.
Living in one of our residential services offers a range of benefits:
We believe that people should be supported to be productive and valued within the community in ways that do not harm and are non-aversive.
The service will support people to maintain and enhance their community presence, to develop and maintain relationships, to have choices, to be competent and to be supported in being seen as worthy of respect.
We believe that the functions of the homes belong to all those involved in the home, paid and unpaid. All decisions, including recruitment, are made with the co-operation, agreement and participation of all involved and effected by those decisions.