Organisation type: Private
WinrayCare Housing provides high quality domiciliary care for adults in their own homes. We provide an individual support for people with complex needs, including learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities and mental health needs. WinrayCare Housing offers a wide range of services, including: Supported Living Service, Community/ floating Support, Service, Transition Services, Respite and support during holidays and breaks. Through person-centred approaches and planning, we tailor our support packages to meet individual customer’s needs. As a team, we are committed to ensuring that all our customers receive the support they need to live an independent, safe and positive life.
Community support is an individual service according to each person’s choice. People choose how when and where they are supported and are encouraged to take an active role in their community to achieve their goals. We are flexible and person centred in our approach. We offer different levels of support, as and when you need it. This can be an agreed number of hours per week. We can provide many supports as in your home with personal care, meal preparation, managing your money & paying bills, taking your medication, maintaining a tenancy or if you’re out and about with attending appointments, day care, getting to know the local area, holidays, using public transport and even social activities - personalised activities, such as: exercise, support to go to the gym, swimming, support with making and maintaining relationships, going to classes or clubs, or voluntary or paid work or education such as supporting you to access education/ employment and discovering your options and encouraging Independence as in supporting you to develop and practice new skills.
We provide the following types of support: Personally tailored support packages for people living in their own homes, Support to find suitable accommodation, looking after your home, paying rent and bills, Personal care and hygiene, Looking after your health and medication, Accessing the community and facilities, Activities and Social support needs, Developing skills and becoming more independent. With all this we have successfully developed relationships with housing providers, private landlords and therefore in many areas we are in a position to support people to make real choices about where they will live.