Deluxe Supported Living

Our Staff

The purpose of our service is to provide person-centred care for each individual. We work in partnership with other professional and community organisations ensuring that the well-being of the young person is paramount. Deluxe Supported Living offers a holistic approach to supporting young people in an effort to help those who may face discrimination based on disability, racism and negative stereotyping of sexuality, which is unfortunately a reality for many young people who have disabilities.

Our support is provided within the supported living setting. Deluxe Supported Living is proud to offer a culturally sensitive environment that enables the young person to address issues pertinent to their specific needs as reflected in their individual Care Support Plans.

  • Each home is staffed by a highly motivated and professional team and overseen by a qualified home manager.
  • We ensure that all our staffs are vetted and that they hold a current DBS certificate (registered on the update service), Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (or working towards achieving), Valid First Aid certificate, Safeguarding, Equality and Diversity, The Care Certificate, Disability/Autism Awareness, and other specialist trainings pertinent to the needs of our service users.
  • We always make sure there are sufficient numbers of skilled staff that meet the needs of our service users.
  • Our staffs are able to work effectively as multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Our staffs are trained to be flexible to accommodate the services’ changing needs.
  • Our staff supports each young person with all appointments including health, education, professional and personal such as registration with local doctors, dentists, opticians, PEP meetings, LAC reviews, medicals, placement planning and moving on into independence.
  • We have a clear management structure that will work effectively to support services.
  • Our recruitment practice strives to maintain the full staffing complement.
  • They also work closely with the placing authority, health professionals, education practitioners, YOT, advocacy services and the families to ensure that the ‘team around the child’ is maintained and is working to provide the best outcomes and future for the young person.

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