Our service specialises in supporting adults aged 18+ with learning/physical disabilities to live their lives to the full with support from our fully trained staff team ensuring individual needs are met through person centred planning etc. We are accredited with St Lukes Six Steps end of life programme and are trained to give care with pegfeeding and Dementia. Our staff will positively encourage the individual, enabling them to grow in confidence within a welcoming, friendly home life whilst maintaining their independence.
services and facilities
- Family, friendly atmosphere with an open door policy for family and freinds to visit / contact.
- Longterm care that aims to provide a home for life including any adaptations required to support any changes in needs if that is what the resident/family wishes.
- Our staff are trained to support those requiring peg feeding.
- Our staff are trained to support those with Dementia.
- Our staff are trained to use different forms of communication including Makaton.
- Assistance with personal care and encouragement to keep their daily living skills.
- In house activities using our newly set up pottery room/arts and crafts room with the assistance of our full time activity co-ordinator.
- Traditional homemade meals and snacks available from our inhouse cook with varied daily menus including pictures to enable easy choices to be made with the residents input on menu planning.
- Regular resident meetings to ensure individuals get the chance to voice any concerns/ideas regarding their home ensuring safety and happiness at all times.
- Daytrips such as The Eden Project and holidays to Newquay, London, Portsmouth and Disneyland Paris.
- Residents enjoy many Theatre trips during the year including pantos and hit musicals
- Residents are involved in recruitment and selection of staff to support them.
- Residents enjoy arranging and participating with in house charity fund raising events for major charities.
- Support to participate in community groups such as weekly music/dance sessions and community clubs.
- Promotion of confidence and encouragement to make decisions including the individual rights and responsibilities and maintaining independence.
- Support in accessing Healthcare using their current provider or making use of professionals in house such as regular Dental checks, Eye checks and Chiropody.
- Encouragement to access outside services such as local Hairdressers or Barbers.
- Residents and family members are also involved in care plans and risk assessments in accessible formats.