Our service model is about those people with a learning disability and/or autism who display behaviour that challenges, including behaviour which is attributable to a mental health condition. This includes adults of all ages and those with autism6 (including Asperger syndrome) who do not also have a learning disability (as well as those who have both a learning disability and autism), and includes those people with a learning disability and/or autism whose behavior requires a service to meet diverse and complex needs. This is an extremely diverse group of people and the support they require will be highly individualised - tailored to their particular needs, strengths, interests and in some cases the risks they pose to others (all of which might change over time). However, there are some common needs that services in any one local area need to ensure they have the capacity to address.
* Assisting with bathing and dressing emotional support, reducing anxiety and helping to solve problems. *Helping residents stay in touch with others. * Listening to what our residents are saying. * Helping residents to make choices by getting them the right information Life skills. * Helping with practicalities of daily living, understanding the principles supporting people with a learning disability and how learning disability relates to everyday Iiving. * * We recognise that people with learning disabilities will generally have some difficulty analysing information / instructions and making judgements and decisions considering outcomes and consequences of learning new skills initiating social contact. We set up routines using simple communication, using pictures, calendars, charts and simple lists. Spending time to understand making changes one step at a time and always discussing their care plan.
Our Care Includes
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Our service model is about those people with a learning disability and/or autism who display behaviour that  challenges, including behaviour which is attributable to a mental health condition. This includes people of all  ages and those with autism6 (including Asperger syndrome) who do not also have a learning disability (as well  as those who have both a learning disability and autism), and includes those people with a learning disability  and/or autism whose behavior requires a service to meet diverse and complex needs. This is an extremely  diverse group of people and the support they require will be highly individualised - tailored to their particular  needs, strengths, interests and in some cases the risks they pose to others (all of which might change over  time). However, there are some common needs that services in any one local area need to ensure they have the  capacity to address.
Our Care Includes
Assisting with bathing and dressing Emotional support. Reducing anxiety and helping to solve problems. Helping residents stay in touch with others. Listening to what our residents are saying. Helping residents to make choices by getting them the rightinformation Life skills. Helping with practicalities of daily living, understanding the principles supporting people with a learning disability and how learning disability relates to everyday Irving. We recognise that people with learning disabilities will generally have some difficulty analysing information / instructions and making judgements and decisions considering outcomes and consequences of learning new skills initiating social contact.We set up routines using simple communication, using pictures, calendars, charts and simple lists. Spending time to understand making changes one step at a time and always discussing their care plan
@ Website was designed by Stewart Rushton