What is supported living for young people?
Supported living for young adults refers to the care younger people receive, involving all aspects of their personal and professional development. If a young adult is living with mental health issues, or a particular condition such as spina bifida it might be that assisted living for young adults would help make life easier. But what is assisted living for young adults? And how does it help?
Can supported living for young adults help?
Every young person deserves the chance to achieve their fullest potential. That’s why we offer both short and long-term care for young adults with complex care needs. We make sure that every single young person has the opportunity to realise their goals and feel fully supported at every step of the way by an experienced, specialist personal home care assistant.
Finding the right support for young adults who need specialist care can be difficult. If you’re looking for assisted living for young adults with physical disabilities or another condition, we can help.
How can our care agency help with supporting young adults?
As one of the leading support agencies for young people, our highly trained team of live-in carers at IP Homecare can offer support for young adults with a wide range of conditions. We can also provide support for young adults who are recovering from sustained treatment or a long period in hospital. Here’s a list of some of the conditions we can provide care for:
- Brain Injury Care and Support
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Learning Disabilities
- Mental Health Issues
- Motor Neurone Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Muscular Dystrophies
- Neurological Care
- Spinal Injuries
Access private assisted living for young people when you need it
As part of our supporting young adults services, we also provide help for parents and other family members during transition of care or rehabilitation programmes, providing an important source of care and reassurance during challenging times. At IP Homecare, we can tailor the care you need to your requirements.
If you need respite care for young adults with special needs, or another condition, we’ll be able to provide a service for a time frame that works for you. Alternatively, should you need long term care for young adults, we can create a care package to suit you.
Why choose supported living for young adults?
One of the biggest benefits of choosing a private home care assistant for young people is the flexibility it provides. No young person wishes to feel restricted by the traditional setup of a residential care home, which is why supported living for young adults is are often a better option. Live-in care allows you to remain safe and independent in your own environment. Learn more about the benefits of live-in care.
Here at IP Homecare, our care packages are fully tailored to you.We’ll listen to your unique needs and develop a plan that will support you both physically and emotionally.
If you’re looking for live-in care services that offers assisted living for young adults with mental illnesses or another condition, that’s where IP Homecare could provide the specialist support for you or a loved one.
What does private assisted living for young adults involve?
A personal home care assistant will be able to assist with day-to-day tasks, such as:
- Preparing meals
- Medication administration
- Stoma care
- Managing PEG feeds
- Catheter management
But more often than not, your personal home care assistant will become more than simply a health professional. In the longer term, he or she will become part of the family, offering companionship and a listening ear to help you feel confident, fulfilled and valued. Your carer will also be able to help with social trips and activities to prevent feelings of isolation and nurture your well-being.
Support for young adults, students and those in the workplace
Our live-in carers can ensure that young adults with ongoing care needs are able to study and find a fulfilling job, either on a part-time or a full-time basis.
Whether the young person is studying at college, making the transition to university or stepping out into the working world, our live-in carers for younger people can be on hand to support these exceptional individuals in all aspects of their personal and professional development.
Arrange private assisted living in 3 easy steps
If you’re looking to arrange assisted living for young adults with physical disabilities or another condition, then we can help.
A local care manager will visit you and your loved one at home, hospital or a location of your choice to discuss your care requirements and the type of live in carer you’re searching for.
We’ll source a selection of live-in carers which we feel most accurately suit your requirements. We will then send you a profile of each carer for selection.