The outcomes identified by each individual person we support and defined by them as what is most important in their lives is what provides us with the clear direction we require for arranging and providing services.
Ultimately what is most important to any given individual depends very much on their own particular circumstances and this is why our approach to delivering support is based on the social model of disability. The model separates a person’s impairment from the barriers they face and by working with them to identify and recognise these barriers we have a good basis for planning that ensures they can embrace ownership of the process and play a full and active part in shaping their own lives.
Potential Living can support people with:
Activities like washing, dressing and bathing.
Activities like cooking, cleaning dealing with mail and paying bills.
Activities like attending health appointments and managing medication.
Activities like staying in touch with friends and family, meeting new people and getting out and about generally to take part in whatever they enjoy doing.
Finding or remaining in work, education or a volunteering role.
Making the transition from school to the big wide world.
We can offer advice, planning, installation, monitoring and a personal response by an experienced and qualified member of staff 24/7. See Response on Call.
We all need a break some time.
Anything really, as long as it’s legal!!!