We believe everyone should have the opportunity to live independently and to make their own choices and decisions about their lives. In our supported living and care at home services we offer support to develop life skills to assist independent living, learning and working. This service is for people with learning disabilities who want to live independently and need support to do so.
A competent, caring and committed staff team is available to meet the needs of those who use our services. Training and development of staff is a key priority for us to ensure service delivery is of the highest standard.
Every person is unique and their care needs different therefore each person has an individually tailored package of support to meet their needs and wishes. Support can be provided as needed, ranging from 1 hour per week to 24-hours per day.
- Support with all aspects living independently
- Support provided in person’s own home
- Supported housing services with accommodation provided
- Support team available as needed
- Helping people to make their own choices and decisions
Support offered includes:
Helping to develop a range of daily living skills: how to prepare healthy meals and support with washing, ironing, gardening, rights and responsibilities.
Supporting individuals to link in with the local community - finding out about services including education and employment, accessing social and community activities, personal safety, travel and holidays.
Encouraging individuals to maintain their physical and mental well-being, to manage medication appropriately and independently, and attend relevant appointments.
Paying bills and rent, budgeting and saving, claiming and collecting benefits.
Supported living services can provide accommodation, or can provide support in a person’s own home. We work in partnership with Enfield Council to provide well-maintained and accessible accommodation in the heart of local communities.