Marshlands (formerly part of Craegmoor) supports up to 18 people with a diagnosis of learning disabilities, epilepsy, diabetes and behaviours that challenge. We provide individuals with the opportunities to develop and enhance new and existing skills that they will need throughout their lives in order to live more independently. We believe in positive outcomes for everyone, and our members of staff strive to make these happen.
Our approach to support
The staff team at Marshlands are dedicated and committed to ensuring the needs of the people we support are continuously met 24/7. There are always staff in the service to support individuals, and they can provide 1:1 support where necessary. We are supported by a multidisciplinary team where needed, including a district nurse, physiotherapists, chiropodists and aromatherapists.
People being supported at Marshlands each have a Person Centred Plan which is developed in consultation with the individual, their family and a key worker. These plans exist to outline the level of support needed, as well as identifying targets, goals and aspirations for the future and the steps that are needed to achieve these.
“It’s a friendly place, the staff are nice and helpful.”
Person supported by Marshlands