To promote choice and independence for all the people we work with, to actively promote participation in support, support planning and accessing the community
Aims and Objectives of the Service
To enable and empower people to reach their goals and outcomes through person centred approaches.
What does the services offer?
We support people to live a full and active life by enabling and empowering them to live independently as part of the community, we currently offer support to:
- Access services
- Manage and take positive risks
- Take person centred approaches to support and planning
- Work within assessed needs and monitoring changing need
- Work within peoples own preferences and choice
- Support people to develop daily living skills such as cooking a meal, house work, reading and corresponding mail, shopping and planning,
- Work towards planned outcomes and steps towards goals
- Support to manage housing needs
- Maximise benefits
- Support people with finances and manage a budget plan
- Health needs
- Accessing education/leisure/employment
Who should be referred to this service?
Any person with a learning disability, a learning disability with a mental health issue, a person who is on the Autistic spectrum or a person with a head injury.
The person being referred to the service needs to have an identified support need and be 16 or over.
Who can refer?
Referrals will be accepted from anybody and there are no automatic exclusions from our service if you meet the Eligibility Criteria You or someone else must be able to pay for the support service. We can support you to access funding for your support if needed.
Floating Outreach South Manager: Arnold Mhlanga
Contact Number: 0113 200 8347
Floating Outreach North Manager: Hannah Yorston
Contact Number: 0113 200 8346