To support each individuals’ transition into independent living settings we set SMART goals with the individuals: Specific, Measurable, Achievable Realistic and within Time.
Individuals are supported to create and understand each SMART goal set, these are reviewed regularly as part of key work sessions so that individuals can take ownership of their own skill building.
Support workers continuously assess the development and progress of each individual and use their skills to manage any difficulties that may be being faced.
Support workers help develop the following independence skills:
Care4uwe strive to support developing independent skills to maximize independence and enhance quality of life.
Care4uwebelieve and work with each individual to achieve these success factors which we consider to be critical to the achievement of the best life possible
With family and friends, to have service working for them and connected to their communities
Achieved their goals and proud of their outcomes they have accomplished
“We are not what happens to us, we are what we choose to become”
Accepting that you are on a journey and their have gained new skills
Build the foundation for their live ahead.
Recognizing who I am and it’s good to be me.
Understanding success can come at any age, however the heart stays young.
Excited about their future and the opportunity they will have.
Care4uwe has effective governance systems in place, to ensure that we are identifying and gaining the young person to achieve the outcomes agreed, this is to assess, monitor and review the support of the young person and that they are on target to achieve the outcomes.
Current systems and processes;
Management systems which are in place demonstrate the outcomes for individuals. Qualitative monitoring of individuals, recording relevant information, every contact session and quantitatively recording operational measures. Systems are rigorous and keep abreast of individual safeguarding, maintain high quality of service and facilitate quick response to variances in individual’s needs. Information and monitoring of the quality-of-service provision is collated and reported in the following ways:
Management systems are rigorous and keep abreast of individual wellbeing, maintaining high quality of service and responsive to variances in needs.
We believe that as professionals, it’s essential that the people we work with and provide care for have complete confidence in the quality of the services we provide.