Organisation Details

Organisation

Name
Shared Lives

Venue Address

Address 1
Ash House
Address 2
St. Martins Hospital, Clara Cross Lane
Town
Bath
County
Bath & North East Somerset
Postcode
BA2 5RP

More About The Organisation

Organisation Description

About the Organisation

The Shared Lives Scheme is an adult placement service which bridges the gap between supported living accommodation and living within a family environment.
This service is for anyone with a GP registered in the Bath and North East Somerset area who has a Learning Disability or who has been diagnosed on the Autistic Spectrum Condition and is aged 18 and over.
You must be entitled to a Personal Budget to pay for your support, or classed as a Self-Funder to pay directly for this.

We support you to develop your independence, to join in activities which will help you meet new people and to make new friends and become more involved in the community.

We link you with Shared Lives Carers who have many skills and interests. You will meet your Carer, and get to know them first to ensure you are matched to someone who you feel you will get along with. Shared Lives Carers are ordinary people living in (or near to) Bath and North East Somerset and are supported by the Shared Lives Scheme. They have training and are fully assessed, including checks and references, before they become Carers. We are registered with CQC to provide personal care.

We can offer:

•Full Time Placements:
Where you choose to live with a Shared Lives Carer in their home. This can be for a few months, or for longer.

•Overnight Respite:
Regular short breaks away from your family home in the local community.

•Daytime Support:
Support in the Carers home, and within the local community.

Opening Times
MondayFrom 08:30To 16:30
TuesdayFrom 08:30To 16:30
WednesdayFrom 08:30To 16:30
ThursdayFrom 08:30To 16:30
FridayFrom 08:30To 16:30
SaturdayCLOSED
SundayCLOSED

Organisation Details

Costs

You must be entitled to a Personal Budget to pay for your support, or be classed as a Self-Funder to pay directly for this.

Type Of Service
Independence and Housing
Age of Users
From 18 To 25
Who can use your service?

Referrals are accepted from:
•Your Social Worker/Support Service Coordinator in the Social Care Team
•Yourself (if you are a Self-Funder)

Once you have been referred to the service, a member of the team will contact you and your Social Worker/ Support Service Coordinator to arrange an appointment to identify your needs and the service we can offer.

Inclusive Services

Additional and Special Educational Needs

Conditions
Learning Difficulty

Preparing for Adulthood

Preparing for Adulthood Categories

Preparing for Adulthood - Independence and Housing
Support With Housing Issues Staying In Your Home Supported Living

This organisation was last updated on Monday, 04 Jun 2018 12:25 PM - if you think this information is out of date or inaccurate then please let us know

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