At Radiantlife Supported Living we provide support to help service users to make their own decisions and choice and become part of the community, we support people with learning disabilities, mental health illnesses and Young People with challenging behaviours.
Our aim is to support our service users to live as independently as possible in a home of their choice, we have a number of supported service homes and we also support people living in their own homes.
We provide support to:
- Maintain your physical and mental wellbeing
- Develop your daily living skills
- Help you to manage your finances
- Help you to maintain your tenancy/supported living
- Access community services
- Live your life to the fullest
Options for housing include:
- Living in a shared home with others (you have your own bedroom, but share lounge, kitchen bathroom etc).
- Living in a self contained house/flat (giving you greater independence)
- Living in your own home.
We support you to live with dignity and greater independence through our support staff.
We support them to identify and engage with training, volunteering and employment opportunities in line with their personal recovery goals. We also help them to develop hobbies and engage in social activities, building informal and personal support networks to protect against relapse.
Staffs’ are available on site 24hrs to offer support at several points throughout the day and night.
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORTED LIVING
Mental health is something that we can all relate to and something we provide support for in all services, through self development and collaborative support with staff, the people we support gain self confidence and improved emotional wellbeing on their pathway to independence and recovery.
Radiantlife support people with diagnosed mental health condition which can be anything from:
- Anxiety and panic disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Personality disorders
We offer people person-centred support to develop practical daily living skills, and tools for managing their mental health so that they can self-manage and stay well longer term.
SUPPORTING PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
We understand that living with a learning disability can make a number of daily tasks and situations more challenging for individuals and their families we provide supported living for individuals with a learning disability.
Dependent on your individual needs, staff support may be up to 24 hours in the day.
We understand that integration into the community can be very difficult and thus our Person Centred Support Programme focuses on overcoming this. We work with local colleges and other organisations which support those with a learning disability. This ensures that a holistic approach is used when deciding on what care and support to provide. The client is fundamental to the success, therefore we try to understand the person and how they are individually affected by their learning disability.
We provide accommodation and support for young people with diverse needs