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Introduction to Heathcotes

Heathcotes Care offers specialist care to men and women with learning disabilities and complex needs. They place great emphasis on providing supportive care in small, non-institutional homes. Heathcotes uphold the values of modern, holistic and evidenced-based care that safeguards and promotes the rights, individuality and uniqueness of every individual.

The people who use their service come to them with behaviours that are both challenging and complex.

People who use their service may experience:

  • Autism
  • Asperger's syndrome
  • Mental health issues
  • Epilepsy
  • Down's syndrome
  • Sensory impairment
  • Personality disorder
  • Communication difficulties

Heathcotes uphold and value the individuality of each service user and are committed to supporting individuals through a process of recovery in order that everyone can live a satisfying, hopeful and meaningful life, acknowledging the limitations of their learning disability.

They achieve this by:

  • Creating an environment that is conducive to and enhances the process of recovery
  • Devising agreed care pathways
  • Comprehensive and regular assessments
  • Regularly reviewing the effectiveness of care and support through planned care review meetings with their care team
  • Providing care and support that is focussed on reducing the severity and frequency of behaviours that challenge
  • Providing meaningful and personalised activities and employment that maintains and enhances the life skills and interests of their service users
  • Helping individuals maintain strong links with their chosen circle of support

According to Heathcotes their strengths as a company in enhancing the process of recovery are:

  • Valuing every individual, their history and their experiences
  • Offering opportunities to discover and develop skills and resilience
  • Promoting and maintaining optimism
  • Encouraging positive risk taking
  • Working closely with families and carers
  • Supporting their service users to maintain the lifestyle of their choice
  • Focusing on the strengths of each individual
  • Thinking creatively about how they relate to the people using their services
  • Working positively with individuals towards moving on to greater independence

  • Brendan Kelly - Head of Operations at Heathcotes Care

    Allison Stafford - Deputy Regional Manager at Heathcotes Care
    NAPPI uk Ltd, 64 Falsgrave Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 5AX

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