How we stand out
You are in the right hands
Olu Banjo, our Manager, is our Registered Responsible Individual and qualified
Mental Health Nurse with more than 16 years’ experience in all areas of mental health and learning difficulty including dual diagnosis and substance misuse.
The duration of rehabilitation Programme range from six months to two years, working in collaboration with local community based services i.e. (Job Centres, Colleges) and Health Care Professionals. Care plans will contain long and short-term goals and will be reviewed on a monthly basis to assess the challenging needs of the service user. At the end of every six months a review will take place to identify whether continued support of rehabilitation or more independent accommodation is required.
To ensure that the assessment is completed whilst gaining all of the necessary information, potential service users will be assessed by the Service Coordinator and the responsible individual who will then develop care plans from all information gathered during the assessment, referral and psychiatric reports.
Many people who suffer with mental illnesses are subject to social isolation and it is our aim to ensure that our service users are provided with the opportunities to take control over their own lives to overcome the feelings of worthlessness and build on their confidence to become a valued member of the community.
We provide counselling and Psychotherapy Services in
- Counselling Skills And Psychotherapy
- Alcohol Abuse
- Anger Management
- Behavioural issues
- Chronic illness
- Domestic violence
- Drug Abuse
- Eating Disorder
- Self esteem
- Low Self -harming
- Sexual Abuse
- Suicidal Ideation
They have keys to both their bedroom and front door of the house.
Full equipped kitchen with furnished living room, fully central heating and hot water.
There is a nice compact garden at the back for relaxation on a good day. Comprehensive rehabilitation programmes to meet the needs of individual service
users, the staff will provide support to facilitate this by:
- assisting clients to attend outpatient appointments,
- maintain contact with GP, Psychiatrist, Social workers and CMH Team.
Gideon Supported Housing provides 24hour staff cover and arrangement could be made for 9:00am To 5:00p.m. Monday to Friday and on call staff from 5:00p.m. To 9.00 a.m. Monday to Friday and weekends, for service users who do not need a 24 hour support care.
All cases are assessed on their own merits but for clarification we consider individuals diagnosed with:
- All types of Schizophrenia-Personality Disorder
- All types of Depression and Anxiety
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Dual Diagnosis
- Challenging behaviours
- Learning difficulties
- Physical disabilities
- Autism & Asperger Syndrome
- Mother and Baby support.
We have also given considerable importance to the multicultural community within the area and recruites staff of different cultures, nationalities and religious beliefs who can communicate with the differing cultural needs of service users.
Activities – how we engage
The following activities are some of the options available to our service users:
Life and Coping skills
i.e. money management, setting up vision and goals, and many more
Attending day centres
Getting involved with extra curricular activities
Education and Career
College/Education groups/Qualifying for a profession of their choice
Social and leisure
Such as cinema/eating out/organised trips to local parks
Fitness and Exercise
Keeping fit with activities like swimming, cardio and so on
doing things like shopping and preparing meals themselves.
CQC report: Overall Good
This announced inspection took place on 15 June 2018. Gideon Supported Living provides care and support to people living in two ‘supported living’ settings…
- The service was safe.
- Staff knew signs to identify abuse and actions to take to report their concerns.
- Risks to people were identified and management plans were developed to reduce harm
- The service was effective.
- People consented to their care and support.
- Staff and the registered manager understood their roles and responsibilities under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
- The service was caring.
- Staff knew the people they supported and communicated with them in the way they understood.
- People felt comfortable with staff.
- The service was responsive.
- People’s care and support was planned and delivered to meet their individual needs and requirements.
- Care plans reflected people’s present needs and circumstances.