Additional Health Needs:
Embracing Individual Pathways to maximise independence and achieve outcomes
Additional Health Needs
The people we support at Precious Homes often have complex additional health needs. As well as meeting physical health needs by assisting with medication, offering support via our in-house MDT and facilitating access to community health provision, we also have experience of supporting individuals with a range of associated mental health needs, including Bipolar Disorder; Personality Disorders; Anxiety & Panic Disorders; OCD and Depression.
Our support is designed to achieve the best possible mental health for people by working to enhance personal development, wellness, recovery and rehabilitation and community opportunities.
Sarah’s fantastic journey from hospital through to full independent living in her own flat in St Albans.
Embracing Individual Pathways
Embracing Individual Pathways, we support people to maximise their independence and achieve outcomes. Our aim is for individuals to be equipped with the skills and personal approaches they need to maximise their physical and mental health with greater control and independence. Our key aim is to support people to lead active and engaging lives in their community.
Our Multi-disciplinary Team
Our in-house Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) can provide therapeutic and behavioural input on top of a person’s support as an additional resource once agreed individually and/or with the funding authority.
Input can range from clinical consultation; 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.
Our specialised and highly qualified MDT includes a Clinical Director, Psychology, Occupational Therapy (OT) and Speech and Language Therapy (SALT). Our MDT work in conjunction with our support teams as well as internal Training, Quality and Risk Management and Operational Teams. We also work closely alongside external partners including Behavioural Specialists, Psychiatry, dieticians and fitness experts.
Thinking of making a referral?
Take a look at our Referral Process or call our Referrals and Placement Team on 07550 188 004
Sanderling Place Open Day:
Join us for refreshments and tours of our newly developed 4-person supported living plus service in Kingsbury on 10th October 2019
Call us on 020 8826 4343 for more info
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Ensuring the support is right
Our key aim at Precious Homes is to make sure our support for you is person centred and responsive to your unique needs and qualities.
Our Referral Process
We strive to support individuals, families and professionals to find the right support service/s and to relieve any anxieties and concerns when searching for support.