Residential Care

Our Residential Care Services

 

How do Inshore Support encourage this?

All staff who work for Inshore Support are trained to a high standard. Bespoke packages of care are devised by all health professionals involved.

 


 


Staff’s responsibilities:

A support worker supports individual service users with learning disabilities including challenging behaviour to undertake every day activities and functions.

Support workers are required to support individual service users to attain personal independence, choice and responsibility in a homely environment in which the support worker is required to demonstrate unconditional acceptance and tolerance.

A support worker must be able to integrate individual service users into the local community life and activities by establishing and maintaining existing relationships, promoting friendship with and personal development of the individual service users.

 


 


Inshore Support Residential Services:

We provide homes that are built and furnished to our clients’ needs. These are maintained by our own maintenance and gardening teams working alongside local contractors.

Our training department can offer and deliver any relevant training courses that are required for each of our clients’ needs. The delivery of the high levels of support within our homes has enabled individuals to become full and valued members of their local community and achieve a greatly enhanced quality of life.