Supported Living

Our supported living services provide support for people with Autism, Mental Health Needs, Learning Disabilities and Acquired Brain Injuries. Each person is provided a person-centred support plan to ensure the right level of support is being provided at all times.

Person Centred Planning

Our staff support each person to create a person-centred plan that tells us how they want to live their life now and in the future. Through a range of communication tools, we ensure that each person is closely involved in the development of their own plan.

Some examples of how we have supported people include:

  • Working towards independence with personal care tasks
  • Skill building to manage money
  • Travel training to gain confidence and independence
  • Learning to stay healthy and exercising
  • Support with medication and health appointments
  • Discovering new hobbies, getting out and having fun!
  • Accessing vocational training and work experience
  • Managing correspondence and bills
  • Building social skills and expanding social circles.

All our supported living services provide personalised support packages of up to 24 hours, including overnight support when needed. The service can be provided within the family home or their own supported living tenancy. We provide flexible support packages built on each individual’s assessment.

Independent Life Skills Assessment

accomplish have developed an Independent Life Skills Assessment tool which covers self-medication, health action, personal hygiene, laundry, homemaking, meal preparation, shopping, money management or budgeting, health safety awareness and social skills.

The assessment summaries areas of strength and need, while feeding into the support plan with areas of required skill development or support.

Download our supported living brochure

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