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  1. 80 Meridian Walk

    Heritage Care is a charitable organisation that provides a range of flexible individualised care and support services for people with learning disabilties, mental health support needs and older people. Our services include supported living, domiciliary care, housing and care (extra care) schemes, care homes, day services and respite/short breaks.

    Our person centred approach to delivery ensure that we never forget that everyone is an individual. Building on our core values as a charity, our philosophy is to support people to make the choices they want in their lives.

    As a central part of our Quality Strategy, Heritage Care is at the forefront of the developing models of service that give the people we support more control and enable self directed support. We support a number of people who have individualised budgets including people with complex needs who are being supported with their own tenancies.

    Our aim is to enable every individual we support to achieve their ambitions.  Our model of service delivery of flexible individualised support enables us to design a customised service for each individual, placing the individual at the centre, wit ht e individual deciding exactly how they will be supported and who will support them. At the heart of this culture is person centred thinking and person centred plans for the people we support.  This is a philosophy we extend to our services to older people as well as those with a learning disability or mental health support needs.

    Heritage Care has signed up to a new intiative called the Driving Up Quality Code to ensure we aim beyond minimum standards to improve the lives of people to whom we provide care and support.

    Meridian Walk is a purpose built care home in Tottenham, North London, and is registered to provide specialist support to adults with profound learning disabilties, some of whom also have physical disabilities.

    The home is very spacious and well equipped. It has two floors with a life for wheelchair users. The residents bedrooms are spacious and all have en-suite facilities that are adapted to individual needs. The lounge, kitchen, dining room and sensory area are in one large room, divided into separate areas that are easily identified by residents who have sensory difficulties. The garden area is paved with raised flowerbeds. All areas of the home are accessible by wheelchair users.

    The aim of the home is to provide a friendly, warm, relaxing and homely environment striving to preserve and maintain the dignity, individuality and privacy of the residents and remain sensitive to each service users changing needs.

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