We offer our Service Users Specialist Support and Care that they chose to receive in their own homes, Auckland Care Homes or any other place of residency
or day activity that they may desire to be in.
(RESIDENTIAL CARE – SUPPORTED LIVING – DOMICILIARY CARE – RESPITE CARE)
Auckland Care is a provider with a proven track record of offering a high standard of specialized support and care for individuals diagnosed with various forms of learning difficulties and mental health needs.
The company was started in 2001 and is still owned and operated by qualified Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Practitioners.
At Auckland Care, our main commitment is to enable service users to achieve their full potential whilst maximizing and promoting independence and community integration within a well calculated and agreed positive risk framework. These aims are met by ensuring that all of the care delivered is planned using a person centred approach, whilst valuing individual choice, beliefs and aspirations. At Auckland Care, we measure the effectiveness of our support interventions by focusing on how far we advance towards meeting set outcomes for individual service users.
Our residents are fully involved in the planning and delivery of all care provided and they play a major role in the running and organization of their service packages. We ensure that people’s needs are met by continuously consulting with the residents circle of support including, families, friends, advocates, care managers and health care teams.
Auckland Care caters for a wide and varied client base. The extensive specialist experience of the providers at Auckland Care allows the team to meet a wide spectrum of complex needs. These include the needs of service users who may exhibit behaviors that may challenge the service and those who may have dual diagnosis. Auckland Care can provide support for that special client who may exhibit behaviours that may challenge services but retains the capacity to enjoy a positive and fulfilling community life. This care is planned and provided in close liaison with the local GP, community learning disability and psychiatric teams.