Learning Disability Support in Solihull
Care Services provides learning disability support services for adults
and older people with a range of learning disabilities including;
Autism, Challenging Behaviours, Dementia, Learning Disabilities, Mental
Health Needs and Physical and Sensory disabilities. The work our carers
do in their learning disability support work has a profound affect on
the lives of the adults we support.
an initial assessment our fully trained staff can provide as much
support as the individual needs. This can range from 1 hour per day to
24 hour care, with either 1 or 2 support staff depending on your
requirements. Our carers can help the family make useful changes within
the home to allow the individual to live more comfortably and
independently. Our support staff appreciate
some of the challenges facing people living with learning disabilities
and the value they attach to living as independent a life as possible.
Our experienced carers are used to supporting a range of individuals
with learning disabilities in their homes.
Learning Disability Support
|Our staff give emotional and practical support to other family members or
carers that allows them to take a break from being the constant carer.
The work our staff does has a profound effect on both the adults and
their families and can be a preventative measure from placing the
individual into a residential home.
learning disability support is tailored around the individuals, who
each have a person centred plan which includes all of their likes,
dislikes, needs, ambitions etc. Our
carers can offer a great sense of companionship and provide support in
pursuing hobbies and personal interests for the individual.
|Our personal approach for our learning disability support
means our staff take the time to listen to each individual, make an
assessment and develop a support plan which focuses on improving daily
life for all forms of learning disabilities
|Some of the work our learning disability support includes;
- Support people with cooking
- Maintain their home
- Access their local community resources
- Encourage the individual to persue hobbies
- Encourage the individual to undertake tasks independently
- Take outings outside of the home
- Take supported holidays
- Attend to essential personal care needs
|Our carers work with a range of disabilities including autism, mental health issues and dementia. Contact us on 0121 693 0181 to see how our carers can help you create a learning disability support plan to assist your specific requirements
|We specialise in providing high quality learning disability support to vulnerable adults and
our support carers are given specialist training in their area of work.
We are currently on the preferred providers list for learning
disability support in Birmingham and provide support to their service
users. We also undertake private contracts with individuals that require
our services through self funding or direct payments.