Precious Homes

Precious Homes delivers community support to young people and adults (16+) with autism spectrum conditions, learning disabilities, mental health needs and behaviour which may be described as challenging across bespoke Supported Living, Residential and Outreach services.

Our aim is to promote independence and to enable people to transform their lives. We provide bespoke support and environments to each individual in order to best suit their support requirements.

Outcome focused support that is person centred in approach is one of the most important aspects of our service delivery for people with learning disabilities and autism with our team members recognising each individual’s uniqueness and individual needs. We work with individuals to develop their person centred support plan unique to them which works in conjunction with, and links to, individual needs, preferences and outcomes. These are identified via strengths based assessment process capturing the needs, abilities, aspirations and identified need unique to them. Supporting individuals to access new activities reflective of needs, current skills and interests

Goals are based on individual’s specific needs and abilities, always with a focus on empowering each person to fulfil their maximum level of independence: with the aim for people to be self-sufficient in all possible areas of their life. We have Person Centred Champions in each service who work with individuals to explore their dreams, goals and aspirations – finding ways to meet these and incorporate them into outcome focused objectives.

We work in line with the transforming care ethos to ensure that we fully understand and can respond to the needs of our commissioning partners. The key focus is on environments and developing services that people need and that can be shaped and personalised to meet their individual needs.

Through a joint approach to risk we develop individuals’ confidence and skills to enable people to increase their independence in all areas of their life.

Positive risk taking is incorporated into planning so people can try new activities this reduces specific support as independence increases and therefore reduce reliance on paid for services and overcome barriers that prevent community integration.

Our in-house Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) at Precious Homes work in partnership with our community operational teams when further support and intervention is required to support individuals to progress on their journey.

Partnership working – We develop Service Partnerships with all other providers and organisations connected to the individuals we support. Partnership working is integral to the success of our existing provision and each person we support.

Regions covered by service:
Birmingham, London, Luton, Milton Keynes and Torquay