Whether service users are living in supported accommodation, independently, in a Bed & Breakfast or within a hostel-type environment, our highly skilled and trained staff provide practical support. This is available for young vulnerable people aged 16-25 who are in receipt of care by the local authority as well as the elderly/disabled and those with mild to moderate disabilities.
Our key workers provide practical assistance, advice, support and care. Our qualified nurses, counselling therapists and social workers also assist with more specific matters. The support offered includes:
Young People aged 16-25:-
- Support with welfare benefit applications
- Attendance to appointments offering advocacy and support
- College/training applications
- Budgeting/money management
- Managing/sustaining tenancies
- Interview preparation
- Cleaning/domestic chores
- Cooking/meal preparation
- Support with medication (from qualified nurses)
- Support completing application forms (Welfare/housing benefits/council tax/social services forms etc.)
- Attendance to appointments/social groups
We support vulnerable people, enabling them to build skills and independence and get into education, training or employment as well as helping them to access local services, becoming part of their communities.