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Help for people with learning disabilities

To live a life with meaning and purpose is important to everyone. There is no exception for people with learning disabilities

a) Support for Adults with Learning Disabilities
 

At StillCare, we provide individualized care that encourages independence and self-direction for adults with learning disabilities. We provide compassionate, one-on-one care that enables individuals to thrive because we believe that everyone should have the chance to live a life they love.

We never employ a one-size-fits-all strategy. We are aware that every person will have unique circumstances, preferences, and conditions. Because of this, we collaborate closely with individuals and their families to develop a bespoke support strategy that places customers' requirements and objectives front and center.

When caring for someone with a learning disability, parents, caregivers, and other family members can feel overwhelmed. Our carers are available to provide individualized and compassionate care to those who are unsure of how to manage the condition of a loved one or who require additional support and direction.

The StillCare team is available for social and emotional growth as well as physical support. Our caregivers will be your loved one's friend who will listen to their worries and share their interests with them.

Support for people with learning disabilities at home allows them to have more control over their lives and choices than they might be able to in structured settings like residential care. Adults with learning disabilities may benefit more from supported living because it allows them to remain in a familiar setting and remain close to friends and family.

b) Adults with Learning Disabilities in Supported Living
 

We want to help our customers live the life they want, where every day can be new and exciting. We provide a variety of services to help people with learning disabilities as a result. Every individual with a learning disability is unique, so we always focus on their strengths and talents. Support with communication, social development, and independence will be provided by our skilled caregivers.

Individual preferences and requirements can be accommodated in our adult supported living facilities. Our caregiver services range from once or twice-weekly visits to live-in care that is available around-the-clock. We're here to promote independence, help people communicate clearly and effectively, encourage them to achieve their goals, and give them a sense of accomplishment.

Our care assistants have real-world experience meeting a wide range of complicated care and support requirements for community residents. They are fully prepared to address a variety of communication needs, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorders, and other conditions.

Services that we offer:

·Take care of your responsibilities by going to work and completing daily tasks.

·Stay connected by attending clubs, school, or college, meeting friends, or engaging in a favorite hobby.

·Attend medical appointments, eat well, or go to a fitness center to stay fit and healthy.

·Maintain independence by assisting with bill payment and grocery shopping.

·Stick to your daily routine by assisting with individual morning and evening tasks like brushing your teeth and making the bed.

·Help with household tasks like ironing and washing to keep your home tidy.

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