Supported Living for Adults with Learning Disabilities
We treat every client as an individual, tailoring learning disability care packages and solutions to each person’s personality, challenges, and preferences. Our team will focus on what each client can do, and overcome potential obstacles to improve quality of life and maintain independence as much as possible. With day-to-day assistance, we often find some improvement in communication and life skills from our clients. Choosing Cadog Homecare to provide supported living for adults with learning disabilities is the first step towards a happier, more unrestricted future for the adult with complex needs in your life.
Safeguarding for Vulnerable Adults
At Cadog Homecare, we want nothing more than to help our clients live happy and autonomous lives. Our learning disability care service aims to not only enhance the quality of life of our clients, but also to assist them with the task of successfully living at home independently. We achieve this by encouraging self-sufficiency where possible, as well as incorporating the improvement of communication and life skills into our learning disability support, including money management and travel, job interview preparation, and even helping our clients to discover new hobbies. If you’re seeking quality care that specialises in supporting adults with learning disabilities, do not hesitate to get in touch with Cadog Homecare.
To this end, care providers can help people with autism or a learning disability by:
- Advocating independence and encouraging them to do things themselves where possible
- Adapting to daily and long-term changes in a client’s symptoms and abilities
- Communicating with a client’s circle of support to ensure appropriate care is provided
- Empowering clients to reach their goals to give them a sense of achievement
- Supporting clients to achieve good mental and physical health
- Providing care that is tailored to the individual’s symptoms and needs. This includes making sure that any co-existing conditions, such as epilepsy, are appropriately considered
Building a Lifelong Routine
At Cadog Homecare we know that there are many ways that can help people feel more confident about what they can do to achieve their goals, such as:
- Setting up routines
- Using simple communication
- Using pictures, calendars, charts and simple lists
- Having the time to understand
- Making changes one step at a time
If you would like more information on how we can help you, please get in touch using the link below.
Our Experienced Carers
Our specialist services have developed through experience and training and are listed below:
Manual Handling / Safeguarding of Vulnerable adults / Health & Safety / Medication / Infection Control / COSSH / First Aid / Fire Safety / Food hygiene & Safety / Person-Centred Care / Equality & Diversity / Effective communication / Dementia Awareness / Personal Care / QCF 2 / QCF 3 / QCF 5