The people we support
Mental health needs
We support individuals to make informed decisions about important things that affect our daily lives. Our specialist support helps to identify personal needs, challenges, and aspirations and helps to build long-term self-management strategies.
We work with social services and community home teams to craft bespoke care plans that are monitored regularly. We employ tools such as Recovery Star to measure achievements. Individuals set their own goals and this helps to reinforce motivation, enhance skills and confidence and also assist in the identification of objectives and ways to achieve them.
Kemfa Services abides by the guidelines of the Mental Health Act in supporting the needs of our clients. We ensure to uphold the right of individuals and assure their safety.
How we support.
SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT
EDUCATION, LEARNING, AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
We aim to support and create a personal learning plan that reflects your interest, builds on your existing skills, and helps you in achieving your goals.
We will support you with to:
- Improve your communication and social skills.
- Handle your money and learn how to use public transport.
- Improve your reading and writing.
- Use computers, tablets, and phone
We aim to support you to live your preferred lifestyle. Our support services will help you to live well at home, including support with everyday routines.
We will support you to
- Manage your care needs like shower and dressing.
- Keep your home clean and well maintained.
- Get you where you need to go.
- Become more confident using public transport.
- Improve your life skills, like cooking and budgeting.
- Make and attend appointments.
We have an experienced support team and staff who benefited from years of experience working alongside people with Autism, Learning Disabilities, or Mental Health, Behaviours that challenge. Our qualified team takes the time to understand the triggers that affect behaviour and we will support you to develop Positive Behavioural Support Plans (PBSP). Some of the ways specialists can help include:
- Helping everyone involved understand and identify individual triggers.
- Strategies to prevent harm.
- Assessing and developing positive behaviour support plans.
- Providing behaviour support interventions and recommendations.
- Training coaching and mentoring staff.
- Working with you to reduce harmful behaviour without restrictive practices.
- Working in partnership with other professionals.