We provide support for people in their own homes who have mental health problems. We have been successful in enabling them to recover and develop.
Our Specialist Carers will support people with a diagnosed mental health condition, which can be anything from:
Anxiety and panic attacks
Personality and dissociative disorders
Schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder
Designing a specialist support plan to suit a person’s unique requirements is key to our introduction services, with a focus on recovery, social inclusion, enablement and personal development.
We will find you the appropriate carer to encourage recovery in the following aspects of a person’s life:
Identity and self-esteem
Managing mental health
Physical health and self-care
Relationships and social networks
The living in carer will help out with all of the daily tasks, that may have become difficult for the individual, including preparing meals, cleaning the home, managing medication and self-care.
Those who find it difficult to engage in day-to-day activities, who struggle to simply get out of bed in the morning, are in great need of the emotional encouragement and friendship that’s provided by our home carers.
If you are a primary carer for someone with poor mental health, we can provide respite live in care services while you take some time out for yourself.