Leeds Learning Disability Domiciliary Care (Transitions)

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Leeds Transitions support young adults between the ages of 18-25 from children’s services to adult services, specialising in complex needs.

Transitions

About Transitions

Leeds Learning Disability Domiciliary Care Transitions support over 25 clients ages between 18-25, with a range of needs, in all aspects of care and support, including personal care, in the Leeds area.

Transitions will support you in your own home, to access college courses, support you to get a job, support you to budget plan and in all aspect of moving into a adulthood with the most amount of independence as possible.

How your needs would be met

  • We fully involve you in all discussions about your support and help you create your own support plan, this plan will be centred around  you and your needs.
  • You will be able to make any changes to the support you receive whenever you feel like you need to, otherwise staff will look at it every 6 months and make sure you’re receiving the best possible support.
  • If your needs change, staff will support you through this and help you access other services that can help.
  • Our team will help you plan for the future and  get the most out of your support.

Who can apply?

Referrals will be accepted from anybody. There are no automatic exclusions from our services but:

  • You must have a learning disability, a learning disability with a mental health issues,  be on the Autistic Spectrum.
  • You must have an identified support need.
  • You must be between 16 – 25.
  • You or somebody must be able to pay support charges.
  • You must not present a significant risk to staff, other clients or property.
  • No application will be refused on the grounds of sexuality, gender, religion, ethnicity or disability

Contact Us

Manager: Lisa Monaghan

Email: lisa.monaghan@st-annes.org.uk

Coronavirus (Covid 19) Statement

Due to the exceptional circumstances due to the ongoing Coronavirus (also known as Covid 19) and the Government rules about self-isolating it is very important to reduce the risk of cross infection to all our Clients and staff teams. Our teams are working hard to support all our clients and are committed to keeping everyone as safe as possible.

This means that, in most circumstances, and in line with government information regarding self-isolation and staying at home there should be no visitors to any of our services.

We know, however, that this will be very distressing for some of our Clients.

Therefore, we are saying there must be no visitors to services unless there are exceptional circumstances and the visit is essential.

Before a visit can take place, this must be risk assessed by the manager considering government advice and the individual circumstances. Before setting off on any visit to your relative/friend please get in contact with St Anne’s staff to discuss your visit.

Our services are using all kinds of technology, including social media to make sure that the people we support can stay in touch with those important to them