Supported Living is a service that helps people with a range of support needs retain their independence, whilst offering that extra physical and emotional support whenever it is needed to help them lead fulfilling lives.
Supported living is a service with those with learning disabilities, mental health and those at risk of homelessness .
The support comes in 3 main levels which are low level, medium and high level support. the levels of support are covered by floating support elements.
The Supported Living service will be in the following categories;
The services is for looked- after- children. The service is designed to provide person-centred support and therapeutic environments that support service users develop independent living skills and prepare them for adulthood and independent living.
We support young people by planning and delivering their support around Every Child Matters 5 outcomes framework (Department for Education and Skills (DfES); 2004). The 5 outcomes are:
Mentoring and coaching activities will underpin the support provided to the service users.
2.Care leavers supported living inc floating support (18- to 25-year-olds)
The service is designed to help younger adults to support younger adults adapt to adulthood and navigate the challenges of adulthood and to set a foundation for success and contribution to society.
We support service users leaving care to:
Mentoring and coaching activities will underpin the support provided to the young adults.
3. Adults with learning disabilities , Autism, mental health (18+ year-olds )
We support adults with mild to moderate disabilities to: