People need the right support in order to live life as they choose and be active citizens. Person centred planning and individual funding help people to have control over the way they are supported and who supports them. This is fundamental to all our work.
What our services for people with learning disabilities offer:
Give freedom and flexibility to you and your family by making the right choice in support services.
We know that people with learning disabilities want the same things out of life as everyone else to choose where they live and who with, to have relationships and be able to get employment.
We provide the right support for people with learning disabilities to ensure their experience of life matches their plans and potential.
We listen to what the people we support and their families tell us. They tell us what their diagnosis means to them, about the different challenges they face, and the personalised support they need in order to live the lives they choose.
We support people with learning disabilities to live independently, in shared supported housing, small supported group homes homes, apartments, bungalows or in specifically adapted houses .
Support for adults with learning disabilities.
Support for children with learning disabilities.
Our approach is to be person-
Being a person-
Our aim is to set out how we are achieving value for money. The statement has been written for families and and circles of support, our staff and other interested parties, such as regulators.
Our annual Value for Money Statement is an opportunity to critically assess our performance. We demonstrate the effectiveness of our work through external and internal benchmarking and monitoring performance over time.
We measure our success in providing support for people with learning disabilities informally and formally.
There are a number of areas that underpin the quality of our services but fundamentally it is our person-
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