PCCS offers a range of professional support services for those with a learning disability or enduring mental health conditions. These services aim to improve the quality of life and daily experiences for those in our care. Our services include:
- Supported living
- Domiciliary care
- Community-based services
We believe that everyone deserves to be treated as an individual and that’s why we have adopted a Person Centred Planning Model, creating a personalised bespoke support package for everyone.
Many of our service users with a learning disability or enduring mental health condition have experienced life in an institution, in some cases for very long periods. Our aim is to provide the right level of support to prevent re-entry into locked facilities or re-admission to hospital.
The majority of our service users require supported living facilities and we have an outstanding track record in helping them to maintain a healthy, happy lifestyle. Our person-centred practice allows us to agree on individual goals, promote independence and help our users to achieve what they want out of life.
Our services are wide-ranging and cover everything from teaching new skills for independent living and supporting with domiciliary care to helping individuals make new friends and find work which is fulfilling.
We are passionate about providing a caring service that helps individuals to lead the life they want. Supported living, domiciliary care and community-based services offer an alternative to a lifetime of residential care, allowing individuals to reach their full potential and enjoy being part of a community, sometimes for the first time.