Rance Healthcare Services provides learning disability support services for care leavers, adults and older people with a range of learning disabilities that include Autism, Dementia Challenging Behaviours, Mental Health Needs and Physical and Sensory disabilities. The work our carers do in their learning disability support work has a profound effect on the lives of the adults we support.
Our personal approach to our learning disability support means our staff take the time to listen to each person, make an assessment and develop a support plan which focuses on improving their daily life.
After an initial assessment, our fully trained staff can provide as much support as the individual needs. This can range from 1 hour per day to 24-hour care, with either 1 or 2 support staff depending on your requirements. Our carers can help families make useful changes within the home to allow the individual to live a more comfortable and independent life.
Our support staff appreciate the challenges faced by people living with learning disabilities and our experienced carers are used to supporting a range of individuals with learning disabilities in their homes.
Our staff give emotional and practical support to family members or carers and this allows them to take a break. The work our staff do has a profound effect on both the adults and their families and can be a preventative measure from placing the individual into a residential home.
Our learning disability support is tailored around the individual. Each individual a person centred care plan which includes their likes, dislikes, needs and ambitions. Our carers will offer a great sense of companionship and provide support in pursuing hobbies and personal interests for the individual.
At Rance Healthcare Services Ltd, we believe that everyone has the right to live the life that they choose. Our support services enable people to live happy and fulfilling lives in their own homes and with their own tenancies.
Our supported living services help adults with a range of needs to live safely and independently in their local communities. This includes individuals with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries, Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS), mental health needs, forensic needs and those who present with behaviours that may be challenging.
We work in a person-centred way and this means that our support and care are completely bespoke, and suitably matched to the preferences, unique needs and aspirations of each individual.
Our staff have the experience in supporting people with complex care needs and we aim to empower individuals to make their own choices about how they live their lives. Our staff take the time to get to know each person and to understand their interests, needs and goals. We provide the care and support which sees each person improve their well-being and independence and achieve their full potential.
Our supported living services are regulated by the (CQC) Care Quality Commission and we have our own internal quality team that ensures a robust and responsive approach meaning that we support people in the best possible way.
Each person receives emotional and physical support from staff who are trained to meet their specific needs. We carefully match a staff member to each person so that we can build a trusting and positive relationship. With individually tailored support from people they feel comfortable and secure with, tenants quickly grow in confidence.
Support is available from a few hours a week to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including 1:1 support. We provide help across a range of areas to enable individuals to lead more enriching and fulfilling lives. This includes: