Shapes Domiciliary

Shapes Domiciliary from Diverse Abilities Plus

By: Diverse Abilities Plus  10/02/2011
Keywords: education, children, SUPPORT

Established in 2004, is our domiciliary service for children and young people offering flexible support for children and young people aged 2-18 years with individually tailored programmes. The children typically have physical and/or learning difficulties, many of which can be profound or complex.

Each family who accesses Shapes has a small team of fully trained regular , as determined by the needs of the child.  These needs are regularly reviewed, re-assessed and adjusted as necessary.  This relationship enables staff to know the child/young person and their family well, and allows a trusting relationship to be built. Staff provide support in all areas of personal care and this could include medical areas such as:

Shapes works closely with , also part of Diverse Abilities Plus, a short stay residential home for children.

Close liaison is maintained with social services, schools, community nurses and other professionals to ensure that Shapes, along with Smithers, is meeting the needs of each child.

Shapes is regulated by CQC.

Keywords: child, children, disabilities, disability, donation, donations, education, learning disability, Physical Disability, Raise Awareness, Respite Care, social care, SUPPORT

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