Our outreach support is designed for people who need fewer than 30 hours’ support a week. We provide outreach support to nearly one in four of the people we support.
The support is tailored to the needs of the people we support, and provided at times that suit them.
Outreach support might include:
developing and maintaining life skills, such as food shopping, cooking and household chores
help with finances and budgeting, and to maintain a tenancy
supporting people to access college, or voluntary or paid work
supporting people to use public transport
accessing community-based activities such as attending clubs
All our outreach activities are focussed on achieving positive outcomes for the people we support, including greater independence, confidence and self-esteem.
We work together with people to agree what support they need and the times that work best for them. As people develop and learn new skills, we can adapt the support provided to ensure people continue to get the most out of life.
Would you or someone you know benefit from outreach support? Contact us at our local office – see below for details.