Grange Avenue in Levenshulme has been developed by Future Directions CIC to meet Commissioner’s requirements in response to Transforming Care.

Grange Avenue has five individual flats and currently supports four individuals with a learning disability who have been discharged from a hospital setting or out of borough placements. Grange Avenue enables each individual to return to live within their community.

Future Directions CIC worked with a housing provider and purchased the property, renovated the property, recruited registered nurses and personal assistants and carried out assessments of identified individuals.

Here is Paul on his birthday with his Personal Assistant, Shaun.

Transforming Care focuses on five key activities

  1. Empowering individuals – giving people with learning disabilities and/or autism, and their families, more choice and say in the care and support they receive.
  2. Getting the right care in the right place – ensuring that people are receiving high quality care and support, with a focus on supporting people in their local communities.
  3. Regulation and inspection – tightening the regulation and inspection of providers to drive up the quality of care.
  4. Workforce – developing the skills and capability of the workforce.
  5. Data and information– making sure the right information is available at the right time, and continuing to track and report progress.

 

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A fantastic day had by all who went on the bring your dog to work day at Heaton Park.. thank you FD from everyone at Nansen – Gayle Ballantyne
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