Glanmore

Our Support

Glanmore has recently undergone a full refurbishment and offers a modern but homely environment for people with Mental Health needs and Learning Disabilities. Our support combines self-directed learning with enablement, social development and most importantly fun. At Glanmore we provide the right support to assist individuals in developing coping techniques which can make a noticeable difference in their everyday lives.

Our Approach

Here at Glanmore our mission statement is:- “to make tomorrow better than today”. We aim to achieve this through our innovative and person-centred approach. We empower people to live their lives in the way they want to, and we support them to make this happen. We are creative in our approach and we work hard to uncover everyone’s abilities and to celebrate their uniqueness, in a way that engages, encourages and empowers.

We focus on:

  • Recovery and resilience
  • Offering a step-down programme as an alternative to hospital stays
  • Positive risk-taking
  • Using creative and flexible approaches to engagement
  • Relapse prevention
  • Fostering confidence and self-esteem
  • Enhancing quality of life
  • Personalisation

Positive Outcomes

Each person discusses their likes, interests, goals and aspirations with their Key Worker. These could include having a job, wanting to cook or just having the confidence to go to the shops. Glanmore is renowned for its positive, proactive and skilled staff team. The individuals who live at Glanmore also support each other in their progress, and through this unique supportive environment, people are enabled to achieve their goals.

Our approach offers people access to the local community, travel training and leisure activities. We work alongside individuals to help them build their future and increase personal empowerment. We support everyone to have access to do the things they want to do. We are committed to enabling people to move on and step down to more independent models of support.

Positive Outcomes

We use the Recovery Star Model, an outcomes-based measurement tool recognised by the Department of Health. By using the Recovery Star, we are able to support a person’s recovery by measuring progress in areas including managing their Mental Health, enhancing living skills, building and maintaining social networks and building self-esteem to maximise independence.

Our Clinical Support Team

Our experienced and well trained staff are supported by our Clinical Support Nurses and Behavioural Advisors. Their role is to work collaboratively with staff to develop and review support plans and introduce proactive strategies. Working alongside our staff team, they support people at times of extreme challenge or crisis. Our staff can also access Consultancy Psychiatry and Psychology support as required. All therapeutic input is integrated into daily strategies or functional measured goals in line with the individual’s aspirations.

Accommodation

Glanmore has six en-suite bedrooms and one self-contained studio apartment. Communal areas within the home include a laundry room, kitchen, dining room, lounge area and conservatory. Externally there is a large garden and parking.

Progression Pathway – Our Studio Apartment

Our studio apartment offers a clear progression pathway, within a residential support setting. The pathway offers an opportunity for self-development and maximum personal growth, regardless of complex health and social care needs. The apartments provide a private space for staff to enable skill development or coaching sessions. People can trial independence in a setting which has 24 hour staffing available, to assist with development of their life skills. We feel that the creation of our semi-independent transition studio apartment, enables people who want to live more independently, take those first steps to greater independence within a safe, risk managed environment.

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Summary and contact details

  • Support Type: Mental Health
  • Capacity: 7 Adults 
  • Gender: Mixed Gender 
  • Email: info@accomplish-group.co.uk
  • General enquirers: 01952 251 975
  • Location: Telford

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