Mental Health Recovery Model

The Recovery Star

We are committed to delivering successful outcomes for everyone we support. We follow the Recovery Model and use tools such as the Recovery Star. This model of support is completed collaboratively with each person and their support team. The Recovery Star enables staff to measure and summarise changes in the individual’s Mental Health and behaviour. People  are able to see clear evidence of their progress and their involvement in the Recovery Star process, which improves motivation, enhances their skills and builds confidence.

The Recovery Star Benefits:

  • Values perspectives and enables empowerment and choice
  • Supports recovery and social inclusion
  • Is holistic, covering all the major dimensions linked to recovery

The Recovery Star looks at 10 areas of a person’s life, with each area assessed to see where an individual is on the ladder of each section:

  • Managing Mental Health
  • Responsibilities
  • Relationships
  • Social networks
  • Physical health and self-care
  • Identify and self-esteem
  • Addictive behaviour
  • Work
  • Living skills
  • Trust and hope

 

News and events

Mental Health Conference

Complimentary event for Mental Health Awareness, bringing together advocates, professionals, staff, clinicians and the people...

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Health Investor Awards 2018 – Recognising achievement in the business of healthcare

We are proud to be shortlisted as a finalist in the category ‘Specialist Care Provider of the...

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Autism Professional Awards Finalists Announced

The Star Centre at Lakeside, Bedford, have been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2018...

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Our Amazing New Brand

We are excited to announce that we have rebranded and our new name, as of...

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Professor Digby Tantam announced as guest speaker for Autism Conference 2018

accomplish is to host a complimentary conference on Autism and Self Awareness for World Autism...

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New Supported Living Service Opens in Oldham

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) supported...

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