All our supported living services are based on the needs of the people we support and enable them to make sense of and take control of their lives. Many people want to be able to make decisions and choices with the support of friends and staff and we will facilitate this so that people can lead the lives they want to live.
All of our supported living services are different, with some seeing groups of people sharing a house together whilst learning new skills and independence. Others have individual flats within a larger building. The next step for many will be moving on to have their own home, sometimes sharing with others, sometimes on their own.
We can even help support find accommodation at the critical time for them through our housing partners.
Drake House Supported Living Service
Drake House is a supported living service for women aged 18-50 with learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism spectrum conditions and behaviours that may challenge.
A very person-centred approach tailored to the individual is offered, and staff are specially trained to support individuals with behaviour that may challenge. Staff are always on-site, and support individuals in developing independence, life skills, communication, social skills and choice. People are supported to take part in meaningful activities that enrich their lives and build on new and existing skills.
Douglas House Residential Service
Douglas House is a residential service that provides bespoke care to young adults aged 18-40 with learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism spectrum conditions and behaviours that may challenge.
Douglas House uses person-centred planning to support individuals, allowing them to live the life they choose, make decisions, enhance their daily living and independence skills, understand their rights and responsibilities and access local communities for work, education and training and leisure opportunities.
Services include 24 hour staffing and 1:1 care when needed, as well as sleep in staff.
The Lodge Supported Living Service
The Lodge is a supported living service for people aged 30+ with moderate learning disabilities and associated physical and mental health-related conditions.
The Lodge supports individuals with person-centred plans that are tailored towards individual needs and aimed to increase confidence, decision-making skills, rights and responsibilities. People are supported to be as independent as possible and to take part in meaningful activities that enrich their lives and build on skills. Staff work closely with the individual, families and health care professionals in order to provide the best care possible.
Mirabelle House Supported Living Service
Mirabelle House is a supported living service for adults aged 18+ with learning disabilities, mental health issues, autism spectrum conditions and other concurrent complex needs including behaviours that may challenge.
Mirabelle House offers the people who live there a person-centred planning approach, which is tailored to the needs of the individual. Using the bespoke support provided, Mirabelle House centres on individual needs and focuses on developing independence, life skills, communication, social skills and choice.
Domiciliary Care South West
The Domiciliary Care Agency South West provides specialist care and support services to adults and young people with learning disabilities, mental health conditions, physical disabilities and associated health-related conditions to live a full and active life in their own homes in Plymouth.
We have a range of services that support individuals with person-centred support plans. We believe it is important that every individual owns their care and support plan, and that these will be tailored to the individual to ensure inclusion and understanding. We aim to focus on positive outcomes and all plans are made to ensure that the focus is on the person, their goals, wishes, dreams and aspirations.
- Contracted and Approved Supplier
- Support Living Framework Provider
- 17 to 25 years old
- 26 to 64 years old
- Down's syndrome
- Hearing impairments
- Learning disabilities
- Mental health
- Physical disabilities
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