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Supported Living

Supported livingHaving your own home is one of the most basic, but most fulfilling aspirations. Our siter orgnaisation WarrenCare has provided supported living services since 2003. This is a specialist service tailored for individuals who have learning disabilities, physical disabilities and high dependency needs, such as Autism, visual impairments and Epilepsy. We provide a support service that enables a person to live independently in their own home with twenty four hour support.

Each of our supported living services is supported by a dedicated, consistent, experienced staff team and services include:

  • Support to develop independent living skills including: shopping, household chores, planning and preparing meals, budgeting and paying bills, cooking and cleaning.
  • Support to access the local community and develop links and relationships within the community and sustain social networking.
  • Support with personal care
  • Support to help maintain their tenancy

If you chose supported Living, We would support you to live as independently as possible within your own home, and empower you to make decisions that will impact on your care. We will ensure that the people chosen to support you will be trained to meet your needs. We would assist you with the transition of moving into your new accommodation and work with you to facilitate a person centered plan. This will set out your hopes and dreams for the future and the choices you would like to make and how we can support you to make these things happen. It may include things like managing your finances, using public transport, making friends or sustaining relationships and also finding employment.

We will always act in your best interests, and where necessary work with other agencies to ensure your voice is heard.