arrow support provides support for adults with a range of disabilities, including;
- Learning Disabilities
- Physical Disabilities
- Mental Health Issues
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Sensory Impairment
- Drug and/or alcohol problems
- With or without any medical conditions
Areas of support provided, include:
Comprehensive assessment and person-centred support planning – including assistance in identifying needs and aspirations, and support in formulating a plan to turn those aspirations into achievable goals.
Self-care skills: including dressing, washing, shaving and toileting.
Household tasks: including cooking and meal planning, housework, shopping, laundry and budgeting.
Social care tasks: including support with benefit payments and money, training in the use of public transport, development of social and recreational activities, and the development of friendships and other supportive relationships.
Educational/vocational development: including support in adult education classes and supported employment placements.
Positive behaviour development: including the development of more positive behaviours and the corresponding reduction of self-harmful or socially inappropriate behaviours which interfere with satisfactory relationships and achievement of personal goals.
Medications management: including supervision of self-administration of medications including those prescribed for mental health problems, and monitoring of beneficial and negative side-effects.