Supported Living – a place to call your own

Chartwell Trust Care provides community supported living services across Leicestershire to help and support individuals with a Learning Disability, Autism, Mental Health issues and challenging behaviour.

These services are bespoke to the individuals needs and adaptations can be made to their environment to enable them to lead a safe and happy life. This is something Chartwell Trust Care has done on a number of occasions for individuals within our care and further adaptations can be made when challenging or unpredictable situations may have arisen.

We promote independence through the provision of intensive care and support for people whose characteristics and behaviours require understanding, robust risk management, structure and familiarity to enable engagement and integration into their communities by skilled staff. We support these people to achieve a good quality of life and well-being in sustainable homes leading to positive outcomes.

As well as this, the staff teams developed for each service have previous skills and experience around the individuals needs and are supported through a robust training regime where they are able to expand their knowledge and undergo refresher training when needed in a number of areas. For example, Autism, safeguarding, medication awareness, positive behaviour support amongst a number of other training programmes. There is also availability for further training around Health and Social Care (RQF Level 2,3,4,5) to further promote and expand the knowledge of our staff teams to ensure excellent care is provided to our service users. As well as this, additional training specific to service user’s needs will be sourced to ensure the staff team have suitable knowledge and skills to be able to apply this to their role.

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Success Stories

  • Julie

    This service user has a diagnosis of moderate learning disability,…
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  • Andy

    Regaining independence skills was the primary priority for Andy, who…
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