Havilah Care

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What we do

Havilah Care offers individualised support to people with learning disabilities who have approached us directly or are referred to us, and are living in their own homes, and who are of the age range between 18-65 years and have additional needs due to any of the following:

  • Learning Disabilities/Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • Mental Health
  • Physical Disability
  • Sensory Impairment

The type of service offered by Havilah Care.

  • Supported Living Services
  • Domiciliary Care Services

We provide care and support to adults who live in their homes, but require some additional support with activities, including household tasks, personal care and any other activities that allows them to maintain both their independence and their quality of life.

Whether someone needs only a few hours each week, or an intensive package of support to work towards a specific goal or objective. Our experienced staff will support them to achieve this. We are flexible in our approach and we adapt our services to meet the changing needs of our service users through our continuous assessment and review processes. 

Our work is focussed on achieving positive outcomes for people. We work together to design and deliver support that promotes greater independence, confidence, and self-esteem.

The support we offer to our service users is guided by their assessment of needs, and the care and support plans put in place. This support can include but not limited to:

  • Providing quality care and support to service users (in their homes and in the community) in the areas they need it, at the times they need it, while being sensitive and empathetic to their needs, respecting their privacy, independence, and dignity.
  • Supporting service users to manage their tenancies.
  • Supporting service users to access community-based activities, educational programmes, as well as employment opportunities.
  • Supporting service users to access holidays and short breaks.
  • Supporting service users to access community-based resources to promote their wellbeing such as health appointment and enabling them to address any areas of concern they may have.
  • Supporting service users to manage and maintain contact with their family and friend.
  • Supporting service users to exercise their citizen rights where needed.
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