Newhaven in Boroughbridge is a registered residential home for 5 adults with severe Learning Disabilities
Newhaven is situated in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire. Newhaven is a detached building with large private garden. Both ladies and gentlemen live here and everyone has their own room. There is a shared kitchen, living and dining room and large private garden.
The home is managed by St Anne’s Community Services in line with their policies and procedures. It is registered by CQC and aims to remain compliant with the Essential Standards.
Aims and Objectives of the Service
The aim of the team at Newhaven is to treat each person living in the home as an individual and staff support them to:
- Live life as independently as possible
- have a plan of care that is person centred
- be as self-fulfilled as they want to be
- join in with and be a part of communities of their choice
Our philosophy is to provide each individual person a quality life with the most chances to develop whilst living in a safe and stimulating environment. We will support each individual person to access local facilities, enabling and empowering individuals to reach their full potential using a Person Centred Approach.
What does the Service offer
We offer 24 hour support with waking night cover. We take a holistic approach but nursing and medical care is sourced via the NHS.
Staff support each client individually according to their assessed needs with daily living tasks, social and leisure interests, and the maintenance of their health and personal care.
All clients and those within their support circle are consulted on their support needs and wishes via the person centred planning and review process. Clients are supported whenever possible to make decisions in all aspects of their lives, including activities, holidays, clothes, menu planning, decoration and choice of furniture within the home etc.
Clients are supported whenever possible to access activities of their choice within the local community. Staff also support clients to pursue existing or develop new hobbies and interests, maintain/promote friendships and family relationships, to use community facilities such as shops, libraries, sport centres, pubs and clubs etc.
Manager: Ed Wardle-Anderson