As a care service, we don’t work to a strict set of admission criteria – we’re about people, not problems. So when a new service user comes to us, we see it as our job to be flexible and adapt to their needs. We are able to support young adults aged 18 to 65 and specialise in working with those who have complex, multifaceted needs.
Following a comprehensive assessment a thorough report is supplied to the referring agent outlining how we hope to meet the needs, hopes and aspirations of the service user along with an individualised costing. We are unable to accept service users into the scheme without attending a pre discharge and a final discharge CPA prior to the placement commencing.
Our services are based on the recovery model for mental health. The concept of recovery is about people staying in control of their life, despite their mental health issues. We assist individuals to gain or relearn skins that will help them to achieve higher levels of independence and reintegrate them safely back into the community.
All facilities, resources, activities and services are service user led; their involvement is at the forefront of our service model. Developing care plans to match their needs is what matters most.