Introducing our new services for people with learning disabilities, additional complex needs and autistic people in Barrowford and Sandwell
At Consensus it is important that we continue to provide the right support and accommodation for people with learning disabilities and additional complex needs including people with Prader-Willi Syndrome and autistic people. We are proud of our relationships with local commissioners and are constantly in conversations with them about the requirements in their local areas. Where there is an identified unmet local need, we seek to provide solutions to provide greater independence, choice and control for individuals with complex needs.
Here we introduce our new residential services in Barrowford, Lancashire, Pendle Gardens, and in Sandwell, West Midlands, Leofric Villa, both of which meet the unmet local need in their specific areas for people with learning disabilities and additional complex needs stepping down from secure settings such as hospital environments.
“Were there is an identified unmet local need, we seek to work with them to provide greater independence, choice and control for individuals with complex needs.”
Introducing our new services in the Midlands and North
Our new residential service aims to meet the particular needs of individuals who may come under what was formerly known as the Transforming Care Agenda.
Our new residential service has been designed to provide specialist accommodation and support to individuals who fall within the remit of the Black Country Transforming Care Partnership.
What does life at Consensus look like…
Our team of Quality Checkers work hard to ensure all of the individuals we support have opportunity, choice and success. They visit all 96 of our services across the UK, Wales and Scotland following an audit process and making friendships along the way.
“Party in the Park” was in celebration of giving the people we support an opportunity to enjoy a break away by the sea, try new activities and new opportunities. For some this was the first time they had experienced going away on a holiday with their support team.
And lots of fun…
Our highly experienced support teams embrace our ethos of supporting opportunity, choice and success in all that they do. They often come up with fun, innovative and thoughtful ways of keeping the people they support safe, happy and involved in decision making too!