All aspects of independent living
Support to find suitable housing
Support with benefits
Support with keeping safe
Support accessing health care
Support with shopping
Support with cooking
Support with a budgeting and money management
Support with accessing work and work experience
Support in accessing social activities
Support with healthy eating programs
Full tenancy support
Advocacy or help with self-advocacy when dealing with outside agencies and other professional bodies.
Support to be fully involved with the local community
Support with relationships with family, friends and housemates
Support with an individual’s self-medication
WE SUPPORT PEOPLE TO BE MORE INDEPENDENT
WE SUPPORT PEOPLE TO LOOK AFTER THEMSELVES
WE SUPPORT PEOPLE TO DO THE THINGS THEY WANT TO DO
WE SUPPORT PEOPLE TO LIVE THEIR OWN LIVES
WE SUPPORT PEOPLE TO BE WHO THEY WANT TO BE,
GO WHERE THEY WANT TO GO, DO WHAT THEY WANT TO DO
Aiding Independence provides support within various settings. We provide support in houses sourced by the company where individuals reside as a tenant in their own right. Houses can have up to 4 tenants, each individual receives support in line with their current Care Package and each house includes a sleep-in member of staff if required.
Alongside this service Aiding Independence support many individuals within their own homes, be that their own flat/ house, to receive independent living skills; or the family home where support can be provided to access the community.
Aiding Independence support is provided on a daily basis in accordance to an individual’s care plan and person centred plan. The key to our success and our service is flexibility. Such flexibility offers individuals choice and autonomy of how they use their support time to enhance the quality of their lives. Support can cover any areas of need and is specifically tailored to each individual.