89 Heathfield North is a supported living service that provides support with daily living to 3 tenants aged 18-65 with mild to moderate learning disabilities; its services are underpinned by the values and principles of person centred planning and therapeutic interventions. RPFI is the support provider for the tenants.
What we do
We provide a supportive environment which is warm and homely and is situated in an attractive residential area. We support tenants with a range of opportunities where they can maximise their interests, skills, abilities, self-confidence and well-being and benefit from shared living.
Who we help
People aged between 18-65 with mild to moderate learning disabilities.
How we work
- We provide a supportive environment to meet the individual needs of the tenants and which reflects the value we place upon each person.
- Tenants are encouraged to contribute to their care and support plans
- We ensure, through the provision of a safe and secure environment, that tenants are afforded the opportunity to build upon their own skills and successes.
- Promote tenant’s rights and choices and ensuring that their views are listened and responded to.
- Provide support to tenants to take up employment and volunteering opportunities.
- Promoting partnerships with local authorities and local networks that can support the tenants.
- Carry out effective support planning and reviews which set achievable goals with the individual tenant.
- Maintaining quality assurance systems that evaluate our service delivery in order to enhance outcomes relevant to each individual.
- Provide high standards of staff support and care that values the individual via staff training, supervision, appraisal and support.
To discuss a referral you can contact us by telephone or by email.
Further information can be obtained from the Service Manager or Senior Support Worker
89 Heathfield North
London TW2 7QN
Tel: 0208 744 0600
What People Say
During our visit people using the service told us they liked living where they were, chose what they did, when they did it and got support if it was needed. – CQC Report – June 2013