Assisted Living For Young Adults
In general terms, assisted living is a form of in-house care whereby the service user aims to achieve a high level of independence within their own living space, while also having the additional benefit of regular help with some of the everyday tasks that can become a struggle such as dressing, washing or taking medication. Whilst this from of support is often associated with the elderly, the importance of assisted living for young adults is becoming increasingly recognised. Our friendly, professional team at Time 4 U Limited understand that for many young people the transition from child to adult can be a daunting experience, especially where additional needs are involved. It is often at this great milestone in life, that many teenagers struggle to come to terms with their new identity as a young adult which is why it is so important to get an assisted living programme just right. We recognise that devising an effective programme of assisted living for young adults, comes with a uniquely-tailored approach to independent living services for each and every service user that comes through to us. Depending on individual backgrounds, needs or personalities, each service user will receive expert help and guidance in areas such building self-confidence, reaching goals and learning essential life skills. All of our assisted and independent living services aim to be engaging, challenging and of course, rewarding. Our team work hard to construct programmes with timelines that are in accordance with individual capabilities, to not only see positive results but keep momentum high.
Supported Living Services
Our team’s knowledge and expertise in supported living services comes from a broad range of experiences including, and certainly not limited to: supported living with mental health needs, dual diagnosis, mild learning difficulties and forensic clients. All of the supported living goals and objectives we devise on an individual-level with our end users are carried out to the highest possible standards, and in accordance with the Health And Social Care Act 2008 and appropriate Care Quality Commission (CQC) guidelines. Whilst practical help is certainly high on our agenda, we also believe and an essential part of any assisted or supported living service is allowing people to engage with their communities in a way that makes them feel valued. Our dedicated team work hard to liaise and consult with a number of individuals and groups to ensure this happens, including: GP’s, Local Authorities and Recovery Colleges as well as local events, activities and training programmes. Our supported living services aim to uncover individual’s strengths and weaknesses in order to find activities tailored to them specifically, which will not only help them take control of their day-to-day lives, but improve their mental health at the same time.
Our Assisted Living And Supported Living Services