We specialise in providing person-centred support to people with behavioiur that challenges and complex health needs. Our Person-Centred Approach and Positive Behavioural Support planning places the people we support at the heart of our service delivery.
In addition to all relevant training such as health & safety, our support workers have mandatory violence and aggression training to help de-escalate violence and aggression for the safety of the client and everyone around them
What is Person-Centred Approach?
There are many definitions of this term but for us at Eagles, this means we offer support by taking seriously the values that are important to the people we support. These values include:
Individuality. Independence. Privacy. Choice. Dignity. Respect. Rights. Partnership.
What is Positive Behaviour Support - PBS?
PBS is a Person Centred framework for providing long term support to people with a learning disability, and/or autism, including those with mental health conditions, who have, or may be at risk of developing, behaviours that challenge. It is a blend of Person Centred values and behavioural science and uses evidence to inform decision-making. The overall aim of PBS is to improve the quality of a person’s life and that of the people around them. This includes children, young people, adults as well as older people. PBS provides the right support for a person, their family and friends to help people lead a meaningful life and learn new skills without unnecessary restrictions.
Behaviour that challenges always happens for a reason and may be the person’s only way of communicating an unmet need. PBS helps us understand the reason for the behaviour so we can better meet people’s needs, enhance their quality of life and reduce the likelihood that the behaviour will happen. It is not simply about getting rid of problematic behaviour but about offering the right support to the individual to reduce the likelihood of behaviour that challenges occuring.
Learning Disability and Autism
We offer physical and emotional support to people living with disabilities. From supported living to schools, from a short break service to one stop shops, from work placements to training, clubs and activities, we have you covered.
Disability affects everyone differently. This is why we develop indivdual support plans around each person we work with, because we know that one size does not fit all.
Assessment and care plan
Before we start working with you, we carry out and assessment and support planning, to help us understand what a person can do for themselves, what they need support with, what support they need to access their local community and what their interests and hobbies are.
The level of support we give is determined by each person’s needs, from just a few hours per week, to 24/7 support.
Get in touch today to explore the full suppprt package we offer.
Mental Health & Addiction Services
Our support services are open to all adults experiencing problems with their mental health difficulties and people struggling with any form of addiction. We support you in a way to help promote recovery and stability.
We treat people with kindness, dignity, and compassion, and ensure people have choice and control in how they are supported. From companionship to support to access the local community and attend appointments.
We offer a few hours to 24/7 support where required.
Get in touch today to see how we can support you.
Complex needs and challenging behaviour
Complex needs could include any severity of mental health condition leading to challengimg behaviour, vulnerability and loss of independence.
Cognitive impairment, dementia and disorders such as bipolar or schizophrenia may mean that the individual is likely to require additional support and may need encouragement with medication, personal care and safe access to their local comminity.
We offer person-centred compassionate care and support to individuals with complex care needs in their own homes or living in supported accomodation.
The support we offer can range from a few hours to 24 hours support depending on needs and assessment.
Get in touch today to find how we can support you or your loved one living at home or in supported living.
A physical disability is a substantial and long-term condition that affects a part of a person’s body, impairing or limiting their mobility, stamina or dexterity. Each physical disability is unique and affects individuals differently, resulting in different symptoms. Physical disabilities can place limitations on a person’s ability to complete daily tasks.
Living with a physical disability should not prevent you from leading a full and active life. Whether an individual’s physical disability is recently diagnosed or is something they’ve lived with for many years, our care and support are designed to ensure they can live as independently as possible.
At Eagles healthcare services , we are here to provide tailored help for disabled adults. We understand that everyone’s circumstances, conditions and preferences are going to be different. We never use a one-size-fits-all approach.
Some of the areas we support you include:
Manage your responsibilities
Keep connected with family and friends.
Keep fit and healthy and attend medical appointments
Maintain your daily routine
Keep your home clean and tidy
Depending on the support you need, our carers can pop in once or twice a week or provide up to 24-hour home care.