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Tailored Support For Young Adults

We offer a care pathway to support individuals in a residential setting to enable a step down from formal care to living independently. We offer tailored packages of support to help individuals access vocational or social education and develop life skills helping people live and progress towards an independent future.

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What is supported accommodation?

Supported accommodation may be an option if you need some support but also want some independence. You may need short term supported accommodation to help you to live independently. For example if you have just come out of hospital. Or you may need long term supported accommodation.
Supported accommodation covers a wide range of different types of housing. It generally means a housing scheme or service where housing support, and care services are provided altogether. It can mean that you get support in your own home.

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Working together to promote a sense of community

From our experience, the term ‘supported housing’ is most commonly used to describe our supported group of flats and housing services.

This means that you live in a block or group of flats or houses with other people who need some support. They may have similar support needs to you. You may offer each other support. Often accommodation is self contained but you may share communal areas such the lounge, utilities and garden.

You can live independently, but there is 24 hour emergency attendance available if you need it. Often there will be support onsite.

You may live in supported housing and still get help from ourselves or a member of the local community care team.

Our Experienced Team

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Ben Lloyd

Supported Living Manager

Benedict was involved in the creation of our supported
living service in Bristol, providing a more independent setting for people to prosper in.

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Supported Living Options

Supported accommodation may be an option if you need some support but also want some independence.

You may need short term accommodation to help you to live independently. For example if you have just come out of hospital. Or you may need long term supported accommodation where housing support, and care services are provided altogether. It can mean that you get support in your own home

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Safe Haven

Specific considerations can be made to accommodate ones move into our Home and make that move as comfortable as possible; meeting intensive support, clinical and specialist service referrals in a responsive positive way that offers safe personal space where safeguards are put in place for that person.

We are always happy to discuss clients on a case by case basis with referring professionals.