Person centred care is at the heart of what we do, it creates an environment of equality where all our service users feel empowered and supported and can enjoy their lives, live their dreams and their values are respected.
There are many different aspects of person centred care which may include:
Alongside Adelphi’s commitment to the development of IT within its core practices, we are fully aware that we should be providing and supporting the use of IT with our service users.
It is our declared intention to ensure all service users have access to IT and are assisted to develop skills to enable them to use computer technology in ways which involve and include them in the wider community. We will endeavour to foster greater communication skills, opportunities to explore aspects of IT that most of us take for granted.
Adelphi Care Service are working toward becoming an Autism Accredited Service Provider through the National Autistic Society. With confirmation of accreditation in 2017.
Proving we are passionate, committed and driven to support positive outcomes for individuals on the Autism Spectrum. Having over 20 years experience, we would like to offer the opportunity to share with you our Autism Awareness Training.
Care Plans are written in a person centred way, this approach puts people at the centre of the support they receive; moving away from a "one size fits all" attitude. The delivery of service is centred on the aspirations, needs and abilities of each individual.
The Care Plan begins with an initial assessment of need.
The care plan is contributed to by service user’s family and important others, the care plan consist of:
Adelphi Care Services Limited is committed to delivering high quality specialised services for adults with Learning difficulties, and or Autism.
We provide a wide range of community based services that include, Residential, Supported Living, Respite, Domiciliary care and bespoke services based around the needs of the individual.
The Primary aim of the company is to support service users to maintain a safe and comfortable living environment where by they can develop their independence, confidence and self-esteem.