We believe people deserve social care that improves their quality of life, which means knowing what's important to them. We know that your needs are unique, so we tailor our support to what matters to you.
We do this by....
Considering all areas of your life; providing signposting and advice to benefit your health and wellbeing.
Seeing you not only as an individual, but as a part of your family and your circle of friends, so we can find inclusive solutions that build on your existing support network.
Supporting you to be as independent as possible, helping you develop or regain any skills you need.
Helping you live the life you choose, rather than fitting you into what's on offer.
Delivering quality services you can trust.
Encouraging active, healthy lifestyles which will improve your independence and enhance your quality of life.
We have a range of different support options, which we've designed to be flexible. We categorise them as , and . There are a range of options in each of these areas, including service, which we manage.
From advice, guidance and signposting, through to light touch support or even 24/7 services supporting complex needs, this flexibility means you can pick and choose, building your own support plan from any or all of these areas; using us as a 'one stop shop', getting continuity and consistency of care from just one place.
For example, you could opt for regular day support on one day or several days a week, with the option to add in short residential breaks for holidays, as well as floating support in your own home.
We provide specialist opportunities for:
- young people with additional needs
- people with learning disabilities
- people with physical disabilities
- older people
- people living with dementia
- people with autism
We also have the specific skills and knowledge needed to support long term conditions and when required, to be there for you at end of life.
We take a ‘Whole Family’ approach to our business and make it our priority to support not only our customers, but their loved ones or carers too. Visit our page for more information.