About

Time 4 U Ltd Housing & Support, is committed to an evidence based practice and strives to go beyond regulatory requirements to deliver unique, high-quality care to the Service Users across our services in an innovative manner. We are a CQC registered independent sector provider providing publicly funded services to the NHS and Local Authorities.

We promise to care and support our service users to live fulfilled lives and assist them to unlock their potential. We have substantial experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds; our service model is based on strong ethical beliefs of quality, service and value through a great provision of services.

We offer support services, short, medium and long-term rehabilitation, using various therapeutic interventions based on the Recovery Model. We work to the standards laid down by the Care Quality Commission 2008. All staff members undergo rigorous recruitment checks and are employed in line with equal opportunities guidelines. We provide staff training and supervision as a fundamental part of their personal and professional development.


Key support areas

Supported Housing Placements

Vulnerable adults with mental health needs

Recovery from substance and alcohol misuse

Hospital discharges from psychiatric units

Vulnerable adults with learning disabilities

People with complex needs and challenging behaviours

Intensive rehabilitation high medium and low needs

Domiciliary care services

Personalisation

LATEST ARTICLES
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NEW INNOVATION OF BIONIC HAND

Since creating the first bionic hand in 2014, a team of scientists have developed the hand so that it can sense touch and can be worn out of the lab. Almerina Mascarello was it’s first user. She lost her left hand after an accident which happened almost 25 years ago. She says the hand has e ...read more

WHAT CAUSES PEOPLE TO TALK IN THEIR SLEEP

Somniloquy is known as the condition for talking whilst sleeping and not being aware of it. The dialogues involved can be cryptic such as mumbling or can be clear dialogue, additionally their voice can sound different to when they are awake. Sleep talking is usually only common in men and children; ...read more

MINDFULNESS BOOSTING MENTAL HEALTH

A research study carried out by Cambridge showed that this technique helps students deal better with stress. The study involved over 600 Cambridge students and concluded that the introduction of an eight-week mindfulness course in UK universities could help improve mental illness, whilst improving o ...read more