The Service specialises in providing for people who have communication, learning and behavioural difficulties. It is based on a structure with flexibility approach to learning which aims to develop individual abilities, social and independent living skills and to decrease the frequency of anxiety related and obsessive behaviours.
Principles of the Service
the individual human rights of personal freedom, choice in daily living, dignity, self-respect, independence and privacy
the individual in decision making which concerns him/her
the individual in daily life activities, i.e. cooking, shopping, social, sports & leisure.
and promote the welfare and decisions of the individuals receiving a service
advocate and represent for the individual as and when appropriate
and encourage new experiences and opportunities
and work with the individuals and their carers, have regular contact and ensure that the individual’s emotional well being is responded to and addressed
develop a mutual TRUST and oppose all forms of discrimination and respond
to the changing needs of the individual