CARE QUALITY COMMISSION
Our support services are regulated by the Care Quality Commission. You can view our very latest report which gives an insight into the care and support that we deliver and our current rating that we have been awarded.
SUPPORTED LIVING SERVICES WITH ACCOMMODATION
Way Ahead Support Services have accommodation for people with learning disabilities in the Warwick and Leamington area. Two properties have been converted into individual self-contained flats and another property is a 4 bedroom bungalow with en-suite bathrooms. The current accommodation is as follows:
The properties are all close to local amenities and the individuals are supported to be part of their local communities and to live as independently as possible; any support provided is done so with
the individual’s specific needs in mind.
All of the properties are owned and managed by Mid Warwickshire Mencap (Way Ahead Support Services is the trading arm of the charity).
For more information about any of the properties call 01926 622980.
6 self-contained flats with overnight staff support.
A 4 bedroom bungalow with overnight support. The bungalow has been fully adapted to support individuals with mobility needs.
A large Victorian property divided into 9 individual self-contained flats with overnight support. One of the flats is fully adapted to meet the needs of people requiring adaptations in relation to mobility.
OUTREACH SUPPORT SERVICES
The Outreach Support Service provided by Way Ahead is individualised support for vulnerable people, provided in the persons own home. The support is aimed at maintaining and promoting the persons independence, whilst ensuring their needs are met.
Way Ahead Support Services have been providing 1-1 outreach support for a number of years. Support is designed to meet the individual’s specific needs and we aim to be as flexible as possible to meet people’s changing needs. We can support in the following areas (the list is not exhaustive):
* Support with every day household tasks including shopping, cleaning and cooking.
* Personal care and medication support.
* Money management advice and support.
* Accessing the local community including social and community activities.
* Support to attend health appointments.
* Support to go on holiday.
The amount of support can range from 1 hour per week to several visits a day depending on the needs of the person.
A number of people have support funded by the Local Authority but the service can be purchased via a direct payment or self-funding.