STEPS Supported Living Services

Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

STEPS is a supported living service in Wellingborough with support and accommodation spread over three services.

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Supporting adults with learning disabilities, autism and additional complex needs, the focus is on helping individuals to live an active and meaningful life within their local community with as much support as they need.

Support packages and accommodation are designed to meet individual’s bespoke needs, some of who may have a shared tenancy.

The people living in our STEPS services tend to be more independent or wish to achieve greater independence and require varying levels of support for different aspects of their life.

With a variety of settings, we will recommend a support package and accommodation that is right for the individual and which best meets their needs. This could be in a shared house where we would ensure that they will fit in well with the people already living there or a private flat.

A strong, dedicated team help individuals to identify how they can be supported to develop their skills and reach their goals and aspirations.

Great importance is placed on helping individuals who live at the home to learn new skills and to take an active interest in the running of the home, including shopping and cooking.

This helps improve daily living skills and confidence and allows people to have their own responsibilities, as well as their own hobbies and interests.

Individuals are actively encouraged to become part of the local community. Nearby Wellingborough has many local amenities including leisure facilities, bowling, cinema and many shops. There is also public transport links close by.

Supported Living Services

  • Supported Living service for adults – male and female
  • 2 bedroom first floor flat
  • 2 x shared houses for 4 adults

Call: 0808 223 5320
Email: enquiries@consensussupport.com

Facilities

  • Access to the local community
  • Communal areas
  • Cooking facilities
  • Dining room
  • Shops close by
  • Work opportunities

We are 94% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Ofsted, The Care Inspectorate Wales and The Scottish Care Inspectorate for residential care (Figure stated as at June 2020)


Read the latest news from STEPS Supported Living Services
Julie Cariga, Community Support Manager - Supported Living Wellingborough

 

 

Read more about how people we support are achieving success at STEPS Supported Living Services

Views & Opinions

“I am supported in the way I want to be supported, I choose who I want to support me. Really good staff.”

Supported Individual – Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

“We are equals, the staff are great.”

Supported Individual – Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

“I am very happy to recommend our service. People get choices, staff are listened to, we all work together.”

Consensus Colleague – Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

“There was a genuine team approach to seeing people flourish and experience life to the full.”

Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

People’s health and well-being was paramount. Staff liaised with health and social care professionals to ensure excellent outcomes for people.”

Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

People continued to be actively involved in the recruitment of staff. They met prospective staff and interviewed them. They could choose which staff supported them.”

Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

Staff were highly skilled at recognising when people were at risk of harm or felt unsafe. They had built up strong relationships with people and knew from people’s behaviour if they were not comfortable with staff or their surroundings.”

Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019

“People were enabled to take positive risks to maximise their control over their care and support. They were actively involved in managing their own risks along with their relatives, friends and other carers.”

Quote from CQC Inspection Report - December 2019