We are proud to say that Focus Care has been instrumental in designing tailored care packages and developed cutting edge services for our services users, this has been facilitated through our Housing with Care (HwC) and supported living services.
Focus Care is a Recovery Focused service – we live and breathe recovery. A central component in supporting people within a Housing with Care ( HwC) package is the element of recovery which emphasises the importance of ‘hope’ in sustaining an individual’s…
Independence is enjoying the opportunity and freedom to make choices about your life and to take calculated risks. Focus Care's ECRA (enhanced care and recover approach) promote people’s right to self-respect, equal opportunities, dignity and…
Enablement, recovery and independence through maximising people’s abilities, offering opportunity, and encouraging positive engagement, providing community resources and access, and ultimately encouraging people to take control of their own lifestyle choices. Focus Care staff promote, encourage and support people with social and community integration, further education and training, leisure and recreational activities. We manage and support outreach and in reach services for people living in their own homes, irrespective of their differently abled situations. Focus Care works in partnership with a housing company to support people to find their own home. We work closely with the people we support, those within their social network and with our colleagues in health and social care through an open and transparent approach with clear and ongoing communication.
Focus Care is a proactive provider of care and support for people living with a Learning Disability, throughout the UK. We empower people by enabling them to live as independently as possible within, supported living services with a tenancy and Housing with Care (HwC) package. We uphold service users’ rights to privacy, respect, dignity, choice, independence, fulfilment and safety. We passionately promote an approach of Positive Behaviour Support, aligned with the national Restraint Reduction Networking.
Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Focus Care supports and cares for people who live with autistic spectrum conditions. We promote and support people to make lifestyle choices whilst living in the community. Working closely with individuals and their families we uphold service users’ rights to privacy, respect, dignity, choice, independence, fulfilment and safety. We passionately promote an approach of Positive Behaviour Support, aligned with the national Restraint Reduction Networking.
The Focus Care provides a service to people living with mental ill health. Our team works in collaboration with the MDT (multi-disciplinary team) and uses the Care Program Approach (CPA). We adopt a holistic, comprehensive, integrated, person-centred care approach in our service delivery. We uphold service users’ rights to privacy, respect, dignity, choice, independence, fulfilment and safety. We passionately promote an approach of Positive Behaviour Support, aligned with the national Restraint Reduction Networking.
Acquired Brain Injuries
Focus Care provides an enhanced care and recovery approach (ECRA) within a supported living service for people living with acquired brain injury. This home with care (HwC) and support offers people whom are differently abled a real flexible alternative to long-term hospitalisation and traditional residential care placements. Working in partnership with social landlords.
The Focus Care Aim
Our aim is to provide an Enhanced Care Recovery Approach (ECRA) to people living in their own homes or in tenancies by “Valuing People Now” and “Putting People First”
"My life has improved so much since I left hospital and I am very happy here. I even got to fulfill a life long ambition when Focus Care arranged for me to meet my favourite football team, Chelsea." T.K.
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Inspired by Captain Tom, our expert by experience, Claire Brocklehurst, following in his footsteps to raise funds for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Click here to read about Claire’s story regarding her challenge to raise £1000 and how others have been using creative fundraising ideas to make a difference during the lock down…
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