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Supported Living Services
Where care is delivered within the place they reside
Affinity Trust is a national charity providing person-centred, innovative support for people with learning disabilities in the UK. We have a history of working with people who have a range of support needs including those who have high, complex or specialist support needs as well as people who have previously been highlighted as having ‘challenging’ reputations. We focus on the individual and their particular needs and work with them to achieve their goals and aspirations.
Many of the people we support have come from institutional settings and we have worked with them to transform their level of independence and often, as a result, their quality of life. Supported living is our main area of support, and we are committed to offering this model for people with learning disabilities in preference to typical residential care homes.
Our mission is to enable people with learning disabilities to pursue active and fulfilling lives, gain increased independence and achieve equal rights as citizens. Our values are to be committed to doing our very best for the people we support and never giving up, reliable, honest and open in all of our relationships and transactions, respectful of others, their views and their rights, inclusive in how we value diversity, support equality of access to opportunities and challenge discrimination, and creative and flexible in our thinking, in our work and in how we use our resources.
Locations: Norwich (East and West), Salhouse, Beeston, Snettisham, Swaffham, North Walsham, Necton, Gt Ellingham.
At Allied Healthcare we are working hard to keep people in their own homes through delivering high quality care that’s tailored to individual needs, from everyday home care to expert clinical help for those with more complex conditions.
- specialist care for people with physical or learning disabilities
- people with Parkinson’s disease
- end of their life care
- Learning disabilities and associated needs
- long-term or terminal illness,
- acquired brain injuries
As the UK’s biggest home care provider, we’re always looking for the right people to join our team. You’ll get the chance to make a real difference to the lives of the people we care for.
In return, we’ll give you:
- guaranteed hours every week
- the training and development you need to do great work and build your professional skills
- Competitive range of benefits
With the right support, everyone who has had Mental Health difficulties can move forward and live a full life in an appropriate community setting.
- Strand House – Supported Living scheme which offers Assured Short hold Tenancies, and support to vulnerable adults
- Home Support Domiciliary Care Service with a team including RMN`s, who specialise in provide support and personal assistance to people with Mental Health problems, Learning Disabilities or Dual Diagnosis.
We provide services from Aylsham in the south to Fakenham in the west and from Blakeney in the North to North Walsham in the East.
Autism Anglia provides a range of services to enable people with Autism to live as independently as possible and experience choice and inclusion in society.
Lambert House – Residential care or respite care for 11 people with challenging behaviour.
Walnut House – residential service for up to 4 adults who are more independent.
Whitstone House – Residential care for 10 people with or without challenging behaviour
We provide a range of services including residential care and a support network that enables those in need of support to lead fulfilling lives in the comfort of their own homes.
We provide supported living, supported housing and supported holidays at home and abroad for adults with learning disabilities.
At Dimensions, we provide research-based, outcomes-focussed services for people with learning disabilities and autism.
- Supported living
- Residential care
- Specialist services including sector leading Positive Behaviour Support
- Learning disability
- Challenging Behaviour
- Supported living
- Residential Home Care
- Positive Behaviour support
- Short Breaks (Respite)
- Outreach (Dom Care)
Empanda Care & Support Ltd CIC is a community interest company offering person-centred community based housing related support, residential respite care and domiciliary care services across Norfolk. Service provision at Empanda is currently funded by Norfolk County Council. From January 2017, our service offer will include the provision of day care for older people, funded by Suffolk County Council.
Our current staff team of 44 includes housing support workers and community support workers (including relief staff), team and house leaders and a management team of four.
We share the values of the Roman Goddess Empanda of holistic support that is open to all.
We aim to improve service users’ self-esteem and develop greater confidence, with our dedicated teams empowering service users to identify and achieve their personal goals and aspirations.
We will seek to recruit, develop and retain a multi-skilled workforce who share the Empanda ethos and values of offering our service users quality care and support services that are person-centred.
We believe that working in partnership with other statutory and voluntary organisations will enable us to offer a value for money service through shared costs and the ability to capitalise on additional funding opportunities. All profit generated by Empanda will be reinvested into the valuable services we provide.
Fitzroy transforms lives every day by supporting people with learning disabilities to do the simple things that make a real difference to their everyday life.
Our mission is to transform lives by supporting people with learning disabilities and lead the lives they choose.
Northfields (West Earlham, Norwich) – supported living care home for seven people.
Wensum Way (Fakenham) – supported living care home for eight people.
Taylor Road (West Earlham, Norwich) – supported living care home for seven people.
The Pastures (Hales, Norfolk) – residential care home with nursing for 13 people.
The Maltings (Fakenham) – Day and community services.
Every year, Genesis provides support and care to more than 5,500 people. We deliver person centred housing and community based services across London, Hertfordshire, Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk for customers who have a wide range of experiences and support needs, and whose goals and ambitions are highly diverse.
We provide a range of services to 4 core customer groups:
Working with Older People
- Contemporary Extra Care services, integrating housing and health care
- 24/7 care and support
- Wellbeing services offering daily wellbeing checks and support as and when needed
- Support to people with dementia and other age-related conditions
- Care, support and accommodation for people with diverse levels of need and personal resources – this includes people eligible for statutory funding as well as those who fund their care and support privately.
Homeless and Complex Needs Support
- Short stay and assessment hostels
- Emergency accommodation including Severe Weather shelters
- ‘Wrap-around’ support and accommodation to people with complex offending and substance misuse histories
- Floating support to over 1,000 people per year
- Short term services for young people who are at risk of homelessness
Learning Disability Support
- Personalised support for people with personal budgets/direct payments
- Accommodation and support for young people with learning disabilities, who are attending college and transitioning from the family home
- Mixed support communities that encourage inclusion and peer support
- Extra care schemes
Mental Health Needs Support
- Specialist mental health and recovery services, including customer led peer support groups.
- Floating support and outreach, including to direct payers.
- Support pre- and post-hospital discharge, including providing support on mental health wards.
We are a charitable organisation that provides a range of flexible individualised care and support services for people with learning disabilities, mental health support need and older people.
Hilton Care provides support exclusively to adults with learning disability including people with moderate, severe and profound learning disabilities. This includes people that have associated physical disabilities, sensory impairment and/or mental health needs.
We are passionate about helping people to live a full, independent and active lives in their community.
Our staff enjoy:
- Competitive rates of pay
- A comprehensive training programme
- Opportunities to develop in their career
- The chance to make a real difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities
Our role is to provide general needs housing, supported housing services and home ownership options targeted towards helping some of society’s most vulnerable people take control of their own lives.
Jeesal has been supporting people with complex needs for over 30 years and has received a number of accolades during this time. More recently we have been honoured to be named ‘Independent Secure Healthcare Provider 2015/16’, by Apex, and ‘Large Training Provider of the Year 2015/16’ by the YMCA. We have also achieved validation from Norfolk and Suffolk Care Services for our training department which is striving to make academy status. We were also nominated for the Norfolk Care Awards and the Patient Safety Care Awards.
Jeesal Residential Care Services
11 houses across Norfolk offering supported living and residential services to people with learning disorders.
Jeesal Outreach Team (Community and Transition Support Service – CaTSS)
The aim of the CaTSS team is to support people in the community with a learning disability who become unwell and/or distressed and risk losing their tenancy. The CaTss team will work alongside the existing team, to help prevent admission into hospital and/or the loss of tenancy. The team will also support people leaving the hospital to ensure a safe and sustainable transition into the community.
Jeesal Cawston Park Hospital (JCP) provides assessment, treatment and rehabilitation services. We have three main units which offer support in both locked and open rehabilitation. The units support people with learning disabilities who are experiencing distressed behaviour. We have a number of single bespoke service provisions for people who find living with others difficult, together with flats where we support people to improve their independent skills prior to discharge.
Jeesal Kelling Park is the most recently commissioned site for residential care and offers a range of flats for young people with learning disabilities, who require residential support as a first step away from school or home.
Julian Support is a not-for-profit organisation providing support to people working with people who experience mental health problems. We work with the strengths of people with mental health difficulties, to help them lead an independent life of their choice. We use our expertise and commitment to best practice to promote social inclusion. Our services include;
- A CQC registered residential care service for women new Wymondham, Norfolk
- Supported Housing Services across Norfolk and Suffolk
- Outreach Services across Norfolk and Suffolk, including personalisation services in Norwich and South Norfolk
- Admission Prevention Services delivered in partnership with NSFT in North, Central and South Norfolk
- Criminal Justice Liaison & Diversion Services delivered with NSFT in Norfolk and Suffolk at each Police Investigation Centres
- Hospital In-Reach to the acute psychiatric wards at St Clements Hospital Ipswich, supporting residents of West Ipswich and West Suffolk
- Health and Wellbeing support information is available on the Julian support website.
- Brain Injury Rehabilitation
- Care Homes
- Mental Health
- Day Care
- Domiciliary Care
- Holiday and respite care
We believe that by providing a great working environment and a range of benefits we will attract and retain like-minded people that will help us maintain our high standards and improve our services
Staff can expect support to:
- Training and development
- Work life balance
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Long term benefits
Mears is one of the leading providers of care and support in the UK, caring for more than 15,000 people in their homes every week. We provide high quality and flexible care for older people and disabled people within their own homes with over 100 branches nationwide.
We support people of all ages, including people with complex conditions such as dementia or learning disabilities or those just needing a little extra help at home.
- Short term support after a hospital stay
- Longer term assistance with personal care, cooking, cleaning, medication or shopping
We are a leading mental health charity in Norfolk and affiliated to National Mind. Our aim is to improve mental health care in Norfolk by challenging the traditional large institutional model through a number of services.
- Lifeline – for people who wish to pay for their own care
- Omnia – residential rehabilitation programme
- Outreach – supporting people experiencing mental ill at home
- Casa Reco – residential programme to assist independent living
- Mind First Aid – learning and sense of connection to change the community around them
- Community Development Programme – improve outcome and experiences for people BME mental health service users
- Carer Support Group – meet the needs of individuals whose lives are affected by their unpaid role of caring for an adult with severe and enduring mental health problems
- Complimentary Therapy
- Mental Health Information
One Step is part of the Care Tech family of company’s providing high quality care and support across the whole social care spectrum.
Progress Pathways Ltd is a growing service for young people and adults with learning disabilities and associated challenging behaviours. The business is registered to offer both residential care as well as domiciliary support/supported living services across Norfolk.
Progress Pathways services are aimed at individuals who have a learning disability, and associated behaviours which challenge. These individuals may also be on the Autistic Spectrum.
Mandalay – A seven bed residential home for residents with learning disabilities based in Marham, Kings Lynn
The Shielings – A residential home for 2 residents with learning disabilities based in Kings Lynn.
Day to day living – As part of our services, we support people with a wide range of activities. Our belief is that there is a sense of independence, self esteem and well-being that comes from engaging in a variety of activities that also enable people to enhance their social, communication and daily living skills.
Domiciliary Support/Supported Living Service.
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Reside Housing aims to provide good quality housing with support designed to meet the choices and needs of our tenants. We believe supported living is about disabled people having a choice and control over their own lives.
Mencap is the leading voice of learning disability. Everything we do is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability and their families and carers. Our vision is a world where people with a learning disability are valued equally, listened to and included.
The purpose of all the support we provide is to help people with a learning disability be as independent as possible and live the life they want.
Sometimes that means giving people a bit of extra support with day-to-day activities like going to the shops, sometimes it means round-the-clock support, sometimes it means giving carers the break they need to carry on supporting someone. We support people in a way that fits around their lives.
The assistance we provide supports people to become more independent and grow in confidence to the point where they need less from us.
Mencap’s support is available from a couple of hours a week to 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Below are examples of the support we offer:
- Support to get involved in the local community
- Support to meet new people
- Support to participate in different activities
- Care and support at home, this could be anything from help with chores to having a shower
- Support with shopping and budgeting
- Support with being safe, healthy and taking medication.
- Specialist support
Mencap is a registered charity
Thera East Anglia is a not for profit organisation. We support adults with a learning disability to live happy, fulfilled lives.
We support people in their own homes and in the community throughout Norfolk, Peterborough and Cambridgeshire. We have worked in East Anglia since 1998. We believe that keeping support local and community focussed is important – we don’t want people to rely on paid support in order to live a good life.
Our support ranges from a few hours a week up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We specialise in supporting people with complex needs and can help people with a range of things including staying safe and healthy, going to work or college, maintaining their home and doing housework, doing the activities they enjoy (such as sports or arts and crafts) and even going on holiday. We specialise in supporting people with complex needs.
As part of the Thera Group of companies, we have a unique vision: that people with a learning disability can be leaders. We put this into practice by having directors who have a learning disability, as well as ensuring people we support and staff can have a say in how the company is managed through our ‘company membership’ scheme.
Whether you are new to social care or looking for a new challenge, we can offer induction training, regular supervisions and peer support to help you do a great job.
We provide supported living accommodation in 5 houses located in the surroundings of Thornage Hall estate. We provide supported living, learning and working for adults with learning disabilities.
We run a biodynamic farm which provides food for those living in our houses, as well as sales to local organic outlets. We have built on the success of the farm and have converted farm buildings into studios for our Day Services offering a range of craft, IT and artistic activity – greatly enriching the lives of those people with learning disabilities who have a thirst to develop new skills within a working environment.
Voyage Care provides support for people with learning and physical disabilities, brain injuries, autism and other needs across the UK. We offer person centred care and support in a range of settings, and have experience of enabling people to move from a residential setting to a more independent supported living environment as their needs change.
We recruit individuals who are naturals at tuning into others and continuously find creative ways to support people. We are looking for passionate people who can really make a difference to people’s lives – delivering dignified care which ensures a truly enriching life for the people we support.
We are extremely proud of our Care and Support achievements, which include:
- Specialist Care Provider of the Year at the Laing Buisson awards 2016
- Specialist Care Provider of the year at the Health Investor awards 2016
- Named in The Sunday Times Top Track 250 league table 2016
- Shortlisted for the Norfolk Care Awards 2017
Voyage care offers a Staff Team of the most dedicated individuals who are valued and encouraged to work “with us” not “for us”.
Whilst the people we support are truly special…Not just to their family and friends, but to our Support Workers, our Home Managers and anyone from Voyage Care who meets them.
We delight in their achievements, we defend their decisions, we respect their dignity…but mostly we adore their friendship.
We have been providing support and care in Norfolk for over 16 years and have services in Kings Lynn, Walpole St Peter, Swaffham, Shipdham, Costessey, Norwich, Hellesdon, Blofield, Hoveton, Acle, Great Yarmouth, Gorleston, Ditchingham, Brockdish and surrounding areas.