Supported Living services
We are a CQC Registered Service Provider for Supported Living for Adults between 18 - 65 years of age with a Learning Disability or Mental Health. Our main aim is to provide a SAFE, EFFECTIVE, RESPONSIVE, CARING & WELL LED Codeko Community. This involves a high quality service in which all our service users can develop and enhance their independent skills that remains sustainable on a long term basis. We undertake a complete assessment to determine your abilities in relation to independence and then work in partnership with you to dial these up and gain more skills in the process.
How Do We Respond To CQC Key Lines Of Enquiry:
We regard safeguarding as the overarching principle in our Service Delivery working in Partnership with our Local Authority, Multi Agency Teams and CQC guidelines. All Staff and Service Users have information on their allocated Safeguarding Lead and Local Safeguarding Boards including relevant Multi Agency contact details. Lessons Learnt, prevention and Control is imbedded in our service delivery and we do not hold back when we get things wrong .
To ensure continuous improvement, we welcome feedback from our Staff, professionals Service Users and their Families at every opportunity to develop the service around the needs of the Service User
Our Service Users’ welfare is at our core, and as such, Kindness and Compassion is important, we aim to seek views and consider their opinions. We remain ethical and ensure privacy is imbedded in our support provision. We are a non-discriminative community and honour every request for confidentiality. We aim to work in partnership with our Service Users to take some positive risks while working together with other agencies to facilitate adaptation and adjustments to independent community living
We ensure all our service is Person Centred, strength based with SMART objectives. All needs will be assessed and accommodated in your care plan. We have a dedicated team that ensures you will have opportunities for social inclusion such as access to Social Activities, Groups, Clubs and etc.. You are guaranteed regular care plan reviews & risk management plans, responding to all complaints or suggestions, an opportunity to be listened to during 1:1 conversations with all staff including Management and other professionals
Our Leadership Team aims to remain open, inclusive with clear objectives for staff and service users to have the opportunity to contribute. We always consult with Partners and Agencies. We are regulated and monitored by the CQC and all legislation is embedded in our Policies and also demonstrated in day to day Business practices. Staff are given the opportunity to learn, develop and understand their legal responsibilities. ICO responsibilities are also undertaken. We have a robust governance framework with clear escalations routes communicated both internally and externally. There is clear visibility to all our services users, families and other professionals of all Codeko staff and Management taking part in operational performance through organisational chart and day to day service delivery
COMMUNITY STEP DOWN
Your step down into the community from hospital can be a daunting experience and at Codeko Homes we are here to make your experience less stressful and manageable guided by you with a support team that is carefully selected to ensure they work inline with our core values that are imbedded in our service delivery and crucial to every professional in the Health and Social Care Sector:
We Value And Implement The 6 Cs FRAMEWORK:
Care - Is our core business
Compassion - Is our service delivery based on empathy, respect and dignity
Codeko Homes strive to ensure that all our staff have the right knowledge through training, experience and support. They should be able to understand and deliver all our Service User's Health and Social care needs competently
This is the centre of our success as we can't do it on our own, we aim to create effective team working with all our Internal Colleagues, Multi-Disciplinary and Multi- Agency Teams
We encourage all concerns to be raised so we continue to improve on our service delivery. Speaking up using the relevant channels should be seen as a personal strength with a vision to make a positive difference
We constantly have the need to build on our commitment to improve the care and experience of our service Users
Step Down Opportunities at Codeko Homes:
Each Road Map into the community varies based on your needs and personal goals. We understand not everyone has the same goal, however, our service is tailored to respond to a Pathway that leads to Enhanced Independence Living Skills. We have Partnered with our Real Estates Colleagues to allow for an expansion of supported living placements in various communities around Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey and Nottingham.
ADULT MENTAL HEALTH & LEARNING DISABILITY
"This is a reminder that you can get through this week, you got this"
We are here to support adults with Mental Health and Learning Disabilities to be as independent as possible and live their life as healthy and fulfilling as possible. We recognise the particular difficulties posed by the prospect of dealing with a condition that is long term and which can make someone extremely vulnerable when exposed in the community. Our aim is to reduce risk and encourage independence by helping service users learn to cope with their condition while living in communities. Our carefully selected team of staff are dedicated to go above and beyond to support and make a difference to service users lives for the better.
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The Best Support Possible
Day to day
The day-to-day job of a support worker differs depending on the needs of the person they are supporting. This can include helping people to carry out their daily tasks to take care of themselves, teaching new skills, providing emotional support, and ensuring they are living a fulfilled life.
The role is primarily focused on enabling and supporting people to live their lives as independently as they can. At, Codeko we support people with a complex range of needs, including Complex-PTSD, PTSD, EUPD, BPD, Complex-DISASSOCIATIVE DISORDER, ANIXETY, DEPRESSION, AUTISM, ADHD, EATING DISORDERS (ANOREXIA & BULIMIA)
The role of a community support worker is so varied as each person has unique needs, which makes the job unique too and rewarding. A support worker is someone who looks after the well-being of people in their daily lives. They help people living with different needs to live their lives more independently and support them to reach their potential the best way possible. As a community support worker, you may find yourself working in a variety of settings and these may include Service User's own home, Health and Social care settings or out in the community.
At Codeko Homes we ensure that once you are placed within our network homes, you are comfortable and can rely upon our core values to give you the best support and experience possible.