Seabourne House supports up to five adults with a learning disability and associated complex needs to develop the skills to live independently and as part of the local community.
Our approach to support
Some of our service users also have communication difficulties or present behaviours that challenge, and predominately have dual diagnosis, as well as a range of other disabilities such as epilepsy or Down’s Syndrome.
The service offers 24/7 specialist residential support and is committed to providing just enough support to empower and encourage individuals to develop the skills they need to live as independently as possible and achieve positive outcomes for all.
The service is also supported by a quality assurance team including a specialist Learning Disability Advisor whose aim is to empower service users to take control of their lives, and where possible, work towards a level of independence which fits with their skills, confidence and aspirations.
- Specialist support for 5 people with learning disabilities who may also present mild to moderate behaviours that challenge
- Innovative person-centred support programmes in a safe and caring environment
- 1:1 psychological support where needed
- Access to education and paid employment opportunities
- Progression through a care pathway that fulfils each individual’s maximum potential to live more independently
- A multidisciplinary staff team
- Supported living, respite and community outreach transitional services
“It’s a friendly place, the staff are nice and helpful.”
Person supported Seabourne House