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Our Residential care services provides innovative and person-centred support enabling people with mental health illnesses, autism, learning disabilities, and challenging behaviours to live as independently as possible within our care homes and in the local community. The support provided is person-centred and specifically tailored to meet every unique need, underpinned by our philosophy that every individual is distinct and deserves a care plan that addresses their specific needs.

Whilst in our care homes, our Service users acquire valuable daily living skills ( ADL) that prepare them for an independent life further on after our home like safe food preparation, personal hygiene and grooming, washing their laundry and so forth.

Our in-house bespoke activity programmes provided by our care team are tailored to meet peoples residential care needs and capabilities. These include cooking, baking, outings, gentle exercise, pet care and life-skills work. We also offer our Service users therapeutic activities such as painting, music therapy and complimentary therapies as part of our activities programmes.

Our Service users also have a 24 hour concierge support service available to them to cater for their immediate day to day needs. We also recognise the importance of our Service users accessing primary healthcare, particularly GPs and other health care agencies, that is why we strive to support them to maintain these important links. We understand that the Service user’s treatment is paramount in their journey to recovery, therefore we facilitate the administration of medication, appointment keeping, mental health review and professional liaison.

At Woodham we have a great understanding of the challenges and hindrances service users may face with living and managing Mental health and Personality disorders. We therefore provide an effective service to empower service users, improve independence thereby maximising overall quality of life.

These are some of the services we offer

  • A person-centred care support plan to assess needs, identify goals and ways of achieving them, including a comprehensive risk assessment.

  • Establishment and achieving of life goals, e.g.  education and vocational training, hobbies, living independently, volunteering or moving into employment.

  • A Keyworker who will have regular one to one meetings with the service user.

  • Development of sound supportive relationships with friends and relatives as an important means of assisting the recovery process.

  • Group therapy including talking therapy with people who are experiencing similar difficulties and workshops.

  • Talking therapies which facilitate discussion and explorations of personal challenges with a trained staff.

  • Cultivating and improving life skills; e.g. social skills, budgeting, managing distress, coping strategies for dealing with anger, anxiety and other prevailing behavioural traits.

  • Promoting a healthy active life style. Getting regular exercise, sleeping and healthy eating.

  • Medication compliance.

  • Accessing services in the community and community activities.

We also review our care plans every 3 months or sooner should the need arise, this is to check if there is any progress, or if there are areas that need improvement. We do this so there is no plateau in the recovery process.