SUPPORTED LIVING

Beam Care Services will provide high quality accommodation and support for young adults aged 18+, who are leaving care and young adults with mild to moderate learning needs or a mental health disorder.

Beam Care Services provide semi-independent and supported living accommodation for clients aged 18+ to enable a smooth transition to independent living. Through using an outcome and strength-based approach. Beam Care Services Ltd aims to support young people to achieve positive outcomes and their aspirations. We offer an environment which encourages and empower young people to grow and develop their independent skills, resilience and confidence. We also cater for young people with learning disabilities such as Autism and Asperger’s, ADHD or challenging behaviour.
BCS support young people at risk with daily living responsibilities such as shopping, cooking, claiming benefits, money management, laundry, job and college applications, using public transport etc.

We tailor young people’s support by assessing their needs and their pathway plan expected outcomes. We understand that young people will come into your care with various additional needs such as: mental health concerns, self-harming, drug and alcohol misuse, gang affiliation, criminal and sexualised behaviour, and may also be asylum seekers 18+.

Beam Care Services will provide:

Semi Independent Programmes

We will provides Semi-Independence programmes tailored to meet the needs of each individual young adult. Each young adult/adult at risk will complete a preparation for independence programme at an appropriate pace that prepares for adult life.

BCS support young adults at risk with daily living responsibilities such as shopping, cooking, claiming benefits, money management, laundry, job and college applications, using public transport. Also, when appropriate, help keep young adults at risk in touch with their families.

 

Additional Services Provided

BCS emergency/bridging placements are available to young people who are in need of a short-term placement at short notice. This includes young people who present challenging behaviour, sexualized behaviour and young people with offending history.

BCS offers short term respite care that is planned to gradually introduce planned independent living for young person with mild to moderate learning needs or a mental health disorder.

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