Our staff will work with you to make sure that you can remain in your own home within your community. We understand that you may struggle to adjust to receiving care and support, particularly within your own space and sanctuary, and you may fear the loss of your independence.
Your care and support will go beyond simply fulfilling practical needs, but will listen to, consider and support your social and emotional needs too. Regardless of your situation, we take a strength-based approach that helps you to make better use of your own skills and resources, and provide the additional support and motivation where it is needed to ensure that you get to go outside, continue friendships and take part in community life.
Our services are all designed to be delivered “with” and not “to” you, and engaging with your social and community networks is key to the See the Person model.