Outreach has been designed to offer flexible support to people with personal budgets who may live in their own or in the family home.

Sometimes people living alone or with family who may have other commitments, struggle to get the support they need.

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The provision will provide a small team of experienced and trained support staff to work with you, all of whom will receive an induction about the care and support you need and want.

Working with a team, rather than an individual PA means that any staff absences or annual leave can be covered with minimal disruption to your support package.

Sometimes people using our Outreach service also choose to sign up to some of the activities at The Base which has proven successful so far – people have made new friends and tried a variety of new activities.

Using your budget flexibily to access 1:1 support at home or in the community alongside shared support to attend some activities means your budget could go further.

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What Outreach Gives You

The Outreach service is designed to offer flexible support on a weekly basis from 2 hours to 12+ hours a day – sleep over or waking night shifts can also be provided if necessary. Outreach can be delivered within your own or your family home or out in the community. Days, times and the frequency of visits are entirely flexible to suit your lifestyle and needs.

Outreach offers an alternative to supported living services or a Personal Assistant (P.A.)

The Outreach service offers a regular team of well trained staff who can provide you with a number of day to day tasks which you may need help with (as agreed in your Support Plan).

Outreach Support Includes:

Personal Care

Administering Medication

Home Making

Weekly Budgeting

Easing Isolation

Support outside of your home:


Bank or Post Office

Attending Appointments

See Friends and Family

Using Local Amenities

Support to access activities, work and education:

  • Help to develop ideas and plan your timetable
  • Help to budget for activities or apply for funding and free placements
  • Help with transport to and from activities
  • Support to attend activities and encourage participation

Support with other things, such as:

  • Support to monitor your health and wellbeing.
  • Assisting you in finding appropriate accommodation and supporting your move.
  • Helping you manage your finances by making sure you are getting the correct benefits, paying your bills on time, and banking.
  • Helping you to plan any necessary appointments.
  • Encoraging healthy eating and supporting you to excercise, where necessary.
  • Helping and encouraging you to maintain and create family and social connections.