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Mission & Vision

In our provision we provide 24-hour support and care to adult service users aged 18+ years old with Autism, mental health, behaviours with concern and learning disability. Our service is available to people from all over the UK.

We recognise that for most service users the most important people in our organisation are the Support Workers with whom service users will have regular contact. We take great care in recruiting, training, and supervising our staff.

Employees are employed with the necessary skills, experience, and qualifications for the provision of services to individuals in their own homes, with a wide range of support/care needs, we are committed to the development of positive lifestyles for individuals and for them to lead the fullest possible life within the community.

Mission & Vision
Mission & Vision

All service users and those involved in their care are made aware of the service's complains policy and are encouraged to offer feedback through individual reviews and family forums.

All staff undertake regular training which includes a minimum of:

  • Safeguarding adults.
  • Fire awareness.
  • Health and safety.
  • Food hygiene awareness.
  • COSHH.
  • Infection control.
  • First aid.
  • Ethnicity and diversity.
  • Mental Health Act awareness.
  • Medication awareness
  • Autism awareness.
  • Positive behaviour support
  • Care certificate training

Our Aims and objectives

  • To encourage service users to develop their personal and social skills both inside and outside their home.
  • Service Users to be supported to make informed choices how to live their lives.
  • To create a lifestyle that will promote and enhance personal choice, independence and overall wellbeing.
  • To provide support that is tailored to each adults' individual needs.
  • To empower tenants to lead as independent a life as possible.
  • To provide services that are anti-discriminatory.

How Do We Achieve These Objectives?

  • By working with tenants to promote and, where possible, increase their independence.
  • By treating all tenants with dignity and respect.
  • By encouraging tenants to be involved in the development of the service.
  • By ensuring that trained and competent staff provides support.
  • By supporting tenants to access all community services available to them.
  • By working to an individual plan of support that has been agreed with the tenant.
  • Who we work with needs to come under professional
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