Supported Living Services
These services involve a person being in a home and receiving the care or support to promote their independence. The care that is given to the person is regulated by Care Quality Commission, but their accommodation is not. Continuous support is given to the people and is tailored according to individual needs. This support aims at enabling people to be as independent as they possibly can and usually involves social support rather than nursing care.
3D Healthcare supports adults aged 18+ years plus.
3D Healthcare Solutions supports adults for/with:
Autism Spectrum Condition
Mental Health needs
Behaviours that may be described as mild
to develop the independence, daily living skills and confidence necessary to move onto more independent living over time.
Each adult is provided with their own room with access to the internal and external communal spaces. It balances the opportunity for independence development with social integration and is ideal for adults who are for supported living.
With a committed, qualified and experienced support team, the service is ideal as a step-down service for somebody moving on from a secure or residential setting, taking the next step onto community living
Key Design Features
• 6 spacious double bedrooms across ground floor and first floor, alongside access to the communal living room and garden
•The bungalow contains 5 double beds, bathroom, living room/dining space and kitchen
•24/7 support available dependent on individual needs
Apart from our in-house professional team, we work in partnership with other professionals who can be contacted and/or consulted for support when they require further support and intervention.
Professionals we work with range from rehabilitative support for someone in crisis; support for complex assessments and transitions; resolving and reducing emotional and behavioural issues through positive behaviour support approaches; observing, training and mentoring support teams; right through to simply being on hand to give extra advice and guidance to our support teams.
We work in partnership with other external professionals including Behavioural Specialists, Psychology and Speech and Language Therapy (SALT), Psychiatry, Occupational Therapy, District Nurses, General Practitioners and dieticians.
We also work in partnership with local colleges and centres in Birmingham to ensure that our services are responsive to the needs of adults who are developed in line with educational and skills requirements