Mental Health Support
Living with a mental illness can affect many aspects of daily life.
Mental illness not only has a big impact on mental health, it can also affect physical health, relationships, social life, the ability to manage money, or a career.
Our Mental Health Support Services
We recognise that mental health is fragile and ever-changing, and that every case of mental illness is different. Our experienced teams know that what works today may not necessarily work tomorrow, and what works for one person may not work for another. This is why our support workers are adaptable and ready at short notice to offer help and support when needed in a way that benefits our clients the most. We can offer support from a couple of hours a day to 24 hour care.
Our Mental Health Team can support with personal care, assistance with getting up and going to bed, help with housekeeping and cleaning, managing challenging behaviours and even help through the night when our clients may feel most vulnerable.
Our specialist Mental Health Team can support a wide range of conditions, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, ADHD, autism, epilepsy and many others.
If you or someone you care for is suffering with a mental illness we would like to hear from you to discuss how we can provide support through a dedicated Mental Health Support Plan. Mental health should not be hidden away, we are ready to talk if you are.
What is Mental Health Support?
It is not uncommon for people living with mental health problems to feel isolated from their colleagues, friends and even their family. This can lead to feelings of anger, sadness, fear, helplessness and self-harm. In the most severe cases, mental illness can cause a person to take their own life. Mental health support can help people with a mental health diagnosis with all aspects of life and support them to deal with mental health issues they are experiencing every day.
It is important for those suffering from a mental illness to be supported in the right way so that they do not feel alone. Seeking professional help is often the first step towards feeling more positive and staying well, but it can be hard to know how to start or who to turn to.