A real and lasting difference for everyone we support

Location

Unit 8b, Alton House
Alton Road
Ross on Wye
HR9 5BP

T: 01989 563 228

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Supporting You in Herefordshire

About Supporting You in Herefordshire

Supporting You in Herefordshire supports adults and young people with learning disabilities to live the lives they want, in their own homes within the community.

We can support individuals in their own homes to develop independence and reach their full potential. Our support packages are identified around the support an individual needs, whilst our focus is on enabling people to achieve their goals and to become more independent providing the opportunities they deserve.

The service offers specialist support to empower and encourage individuals to develop their self esteem and the skills they need, working towards a level of independence which is consummate with their skills, confidence and aspirations.

Our approach to care:

We work in partnership with people to ensure they have control over the way their support is provided. We are flexible and person centred in our approach, believing that no two people will have the same support needs, goals or aspirations and knowing therefore that everyone's support will be different. Our focus is on enabling people to achieve their goals and to become more independent.

Supporting You in Herefordshire work with many people who live within their own homes and would like to receive care, support and assistance to live as independently as possible. We can support people who:

  • Have one or more learning disabilities
  • Have autism
  • Have a mental health illness
  • Have complex needs
  • Have behaviours that challenge – mild, moderate or severe

Supporting You in Herefordshire provides domiciliary care and support with aspects of everyday life: personal care, healthy eating, medication, maintaining the home, paying bills, shopping, budgeting and maintaining tenancies.

Our centre is based in Ross-on-Wye, a busy market town in Herefordshire which has a good bus service, a wide selection of shops and lots of opportunities for people with a range of disabilities.