Our North Tyneside and Newcastle services provide supported living and outreach that enables people to remain in their own home. We provide a flexible support system which can adapt to any change in needs.
The North Tyneside Service currently support clients to live within their own homes across the North Tyneside area. Each client has their own tenancy and they live either on their own with support or with other clients. We have 5 houses in total.
The ages of our clients vary from mid twenties to late fifties and their level of ability varies just as much, from people with complex health needs, and people who attend college to clients that need support with all aspects of daily living. All have a learning disability or mental health issues.
Service supports one client to live in their own home. The client attends a occupational training centre 5 days a week and receives support at home with all aspects daily living.
We support clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and provide support around their identified needs which can include sleep ins at the persons home.
Within the service we also support clients with individual budgets to access the community or attend leisure/ community events or appointments.
We currently have three clients being supported in this way, all with packages tailored to their needs.
Aims and Objectives of the Service
To provide high quality care to individuals with learning disabilities within the North Tyneside and Newcastle area, our priorities are to enable clients to feel fully supported whilst also gaining independence to manage tasks themselves as far as they are able.
We enable people to remain in their own home by providing high quality services and providing a flexible support system which can respond to their changing needs.
What does the Service offer
We offer a flexible approach to support that is fully geared around the needs and package of the individual.
We offer well trained, experienced staff that provide a consistent approach in order to provide stability for the clients whenever possible.
We also offer an understanding of the importance of others knowledge of the client such as family and friends and welcome a holistic multidisciplinary approach so that the client is fully supported. We strive to maintain the strong relationships that we have with local authority Care Managers and families alike.
Who should be referred to this service?
Adults with a Learning Disability who need support in North Tyneside or Newcastle
Who can refer?
Anybody can refer on behalf of a person with a Learning Disability.
Project Manager: Wendy Warburton
Deputy Manager: Dawn Sparkes
Registered Office: North Tyneside and Newcastle, 9 Prince Consort Way, North Shields, Tyne & Wear, NE29 6XB