Tildahealth Care: The Care You Want - When And Where You Need It

Our supported living services are designed to help and support people with learning and physical disabilities, autism, acquired brain injuries, learning disabilities, and people with mental health needs. If you are looking for a way to operate independently, then supported living may be the best option for you or your loved one. We encourage and motivate people to do as much as they can for themselves, by helping them to gain practical and cognitive skills through trained and personalized support.

What is Supported Living?

Supportive living allows senior citizens and people with disabilities who often need extra assistance to have the freedom to live independently and have control over how they receive support. Supported living services can help if you do not want to live in residential care but you’re finding it difficult to cope at home.

The care provided is specifically tailored to match the needs and comfort of our client, from providing assistance in the comfort of your own home to offering alternative accommodation for as long as you need it. We also offer different types of support such as several forms of personal care which include washing, cooking, and other forms of domestic help so that you can make the most of our service.

Our staff will visit regularly to assist and support you with your everyday tasks both administrative and personal as best required to support you to achieve your desire of becoming an active member of your local community.

Who is Supported Living for?

Our Supported living service helps adults with a wide range of needs including:

  • Learning disabilities
  • Mental health needs
  • Acquired brain injuries
  • Autism
  • Challenging Behaviours 

Our care and support will be provided and tailored specifically to the needs of each individual to meet their health and behavioral needs. If you are looking for long-term home support or short-term, we will be there to provide you with your personal tailored support plan together with you focusing on your desires, interests, and skills. We will be to assisting and supporting you all the way.

Why Choose Supported Living with Tildahealth?

We are passionate about our mission to provide superior care that makes our clients feel safe, secure, and supported. We recognise the importance of caring for both physical and mental development contributing to overall well-being, as a result, we focus on providing a safe, stimulating, and socially engaging environment.

We are partnered with several housing associations to find suitable and affordable places for people to live, and we will help sort out all rent agreements where needed, providing individuals with the security of their own homes.

We host a wide variety of supported living accommodations to choose from which allows us to take the time to get to know each person to understand what location, accommodation, and adaptations will be best suited to meet their current requirements and future goals. We understand it’s extremely important to be surrounded by people you enjoy spending time with, so when individuals express an interest to live with others, we support them by finding suitable housemates with similar lifestyles and interests. Our supported living homes are set in the heart of communities, meaning easy access to local amenities and attractions, along with having transport links close by.

How Our Process Works:

Step 1
To move to a supported living service you will need to have funding in place. Contact your local council or GP who will put you in touch with a social worker to help get your support agreed upon.

Step 2
Once your local council has agreed to your support, you can then get in touch with Lifeways. One of our Referral Managers will then get in touch with you.

Step 3
We’ll arrange a visit in person to get to know you a little better. We’ll talk about your current situation, support need, and also your short, medium, and long-term ambitions.

Step 4
We’ll arrange visits to our available apartments or shared houses in your chosen location so you can have a look around and ask our team any questions you might have.

Step 5
We’ll create a support and funding proposal and send it to your local council for approval – keeping you up to date throughout the process.

Step 6
Once funding is approved we can set a move-in date and will be on hand to support you through the whole transition process to make the move as smooth as possible.