The semi-independent house is staffed 24 hours a day. The level of support provided will be increased or decreased as required and in consultation with the placing authority to meet individual needs, especially for young people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities, as some may require additional 1:1 support.
All young people will receive support with:
Our Floating Support service aims to provide individually-tailored support for those young people in their own homes when they progress into independent living.
This service is available to those young people who reside within our semi-independent house and those living in the community.
The service will also focus on care prevention by working with, and supporting families in difficulty.
We also offer our services to parents with the aim of educating and training those in need – where there are concerns with parenting and lifestyles – to prevent children being placed at risk.
This can include those residing within foster placements and semi-independent placements.
Our Floating Support is tailored in a way that may include: