Conventional Care

Accessible care services aim to employ full-time employees to provide care for our service users who are in need of assistance in regards to reaching the place of worship or to fulfil dietary needs.

According to ethnic preferences, enlisting locals as care workers makes it more impactful. Involving the community in the care delivery allows us to appreciate the finer distinctions and tap into an existing deep understanding of the minority and ethnic groups.

Having fully staffed hostels, care homes as well as crisis intervention projects all over UK places us in an ideal position to leave our mark on the communities and individuals that we work with. We are an old hand at this important task and have a variety of housing facilities that serve as the centres of positive change in the community.

In order to ensure that the respective care service function appropriately, a Quality and Performance team largely composed of highly trained professionals monitors all progress. As a result, high level of satisfaction with our services is reported.

Our team works with young people, older people, their families and Social Services to provide the right solutions. The program covers the challenges faced by all our client group.

• Learning Difficulties
• Severe physical disabilities
• Autistic spectrum
• Complex needs
• Dementia care

Living with Learning Disability
Individuals suffering from learning difficulties often find themselves victimised. The lack of a secure and comfortable environment is ironically brought about by family members largely due to ignorance and acts as a hurdle in the way of any positive progress over the course of time. Since learning disabilities come in various forms, it is important to categorize them. Some of the causes are acquired brain injury, psychological, emotional and behavioural difficulties, sexually damaging behaviour, sensory impairment, autism spectrum and eating disorders.


Coping Measures
We deal with these problems, keeping in view of our short and long term objectives. Below we mention few of the coping measures we take to aid participants of our program.


Active Residential Support
Accessible Care Services provide residential care after taking into account individual circumstances, social care needs, learning or physical disabilities.

  • We value partnerships with the people we support, their family and the organisation sponsoring their care
  • Every individual we support and care for will be helped to express their needs and preferences. They will be supported to understand their rights and entitlements.
  • The views of families will be pivotal to our approach and their needs as carers will be acknowledged and supported.
  • Cultural needs will be fully recognised and respected, leading to support which is culturally responsive to those needs.
  • Adults and young people in our care will be protected from all forms of neglect and abuse
  • We will help our service users to stay healthy and have their health needs dealt with promptly and sensitively
  • Adults and young people in our care will be supported and encouraged to take part in activities they choose in the community in which they live. This will include work, education, recreation and leisure in ordinary everyday settings.
  • Information will be provided in ways that are accessible and we will help users of our services to understand the information that concerns them.
  • Service users and their family will be involved in an independent quality audit process that ensures the continuous improvement of service delivery and
  • Recruitment of professional and experienced staff will ensure that people are supported by those with the skills and personal commitment to deliver responsive and effective care.


Young People in Conventional Care

Young People who face difficult situations end up getting extremely vulnerable and as a result they need professional support. Conventional Care systems end up causing more harm than good. Even if they do exhibit success, then the results are not sustainable in the long run.

Not only do young people leave such program but they also have trouble in forming stable relationship when trying to actively participate in social activities in the community. They may get involved in drug addictions and then indulge in unlawful activities. This is a clear indicator of the lack of thought that goes into developing general health care support services.


There is a clear need to restructure care systems and that is where partnering with Accessible Care Services can help bring a change. Below are some of the facts observed about young people leaving conventional care programs that fail to place participants at the centre of all decisions.

General Circumstances when Young People leave Conventional Care

  • Young care leavers consistently exhibit lower academic performance- just 11%
    Young people in care gain five GCSEs compared to the national average of over 60%
  • Care leavers have a tendency to experience unemployment, crime or homelessness
  • One in seven young people become parents or become pregnant after leaving the care program.

Accessible Care Services aims to successfully rehabilitate young people in the society after they leave respective care programs. All program participants are imparted with skills and mind sets that allow them to participate in the society as productive individuals. Accessible Care Services assists them in securing permanent accommodation and still monitor their progress afterwards.