This service supports people to access services and places in the community, that they would otherwise struggle to get to. We can support anyone who struggles to access their local community including people with learning disabilities, autism, mental health diagnosis, acquired brain injury, and substance misuse issues.
We will work with people to promote and maintain independent living, employment, volunteering and training opportunities, health and wellbeing, and a safe and comfortable living environment.
This can include support to:
- Learn and develop living skills to live independently
- Make and keep appointments with other services
- Maintain good personal hygiene and appearance
- Access training, education, access work experience and employment
- Access leisure and community activities
- Manage finances, access benefits, manage a budget and pay bills
- Attend medical appointments
- Manage prescribed medication
- Maintain healthy diet through menu planning, shopping and food preparation
- Maintain accommodation
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