Sequence Care Ltd
Sequence Care provides residential and supported living homes across London & the South-East of England. We are a team of specialists supporting adults and children with complex autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs with a tailored approach.
Autism Therapy - Adults Autism Specialist Services London - Sequence Care Group. What Primary Care Services do Autistic People Need? Autistic people are likely to encounter a range of health professionals and services both during and after diagnosis.
Every person is different and as such, the primary care services that will provide active benefits will vary from person to person. Many services will liaise with each other to ensure that the correct diagnosis is made, and an appropriate support plan is both created and implemented. Here is an overview of the role some of these professionals may play. General Practitioner GPs work to maintain their patients’ general health, which means they often do not provide specialist treatment or advice. The Benefits of Supporting Living for Autistic Young Adults.
Supported living enables autistic young adults to develop their personal skills and independence, whilst having their unique needs met in a positive and affirming environment.
Here are just a few of the primary benefits of supported living, which will also offer a glimpse into some of the things the support staff who work with young adults with autism in Buckinghamshire do on a daily basis. Supported Living can be Tailored to Each Individual While some autistic young adults may only need basic support, others will benefit from specialised support to promote the development of key social and life skills. Autism Therapy - Adults Autism Specialist Services London - Sequence Care Group. Prerequisites for Designing a Home for Someone with Autism. One of the most important things about providing support to someone with autism is allowing them increased control of their lives.
Supported living in High Wycombe allows a greater degree of autonomy than a residential care home whilst still ensuring an individual has access to the necessary services. This means that homes used in supportive living must be designed with autistic people in mind. What is supported living? Learning Difficulties and Disabilities Services in London - Sequence Care Group.
We support people with a wide range of complex needs which could include: support with communication; support to develop personal care skills; support to develop social groups or friendship.
Challenging behaviour can be a part of learning disabilities and we help people to manage behaviour that may have an impact on themselves and others. Our skilled staff teams work under the direction of an experienced Registered Manager and together they work with our therapy teams to identify the range of an individual’s learning difficulties and therefore their support needs. Our teams design care plans and risk management plans to make a positive difference to each person’s life – as each person is different, all support plans are different. Residential Care Homes and Supported Living Services in London - Sequence Care Group.