We are cost effective and offer various types of care
4 Melksham Green, Harold Hill.
Romford, Essex. RM3 8QT

+4475 3414 8274
info@adekamscare.co.uk

Mon - Fri 8.00 - 18.00
Saturday - Sunday CLOSED

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Who we are?

Adekams Care Services Limited is regulated by the Care Quality Commission to provide Supported Living Services care for Adults with Mental Health support needs and Learning Disabilities. We strive to establish a good track record in resettling individuals from residential placements, NHS semi and secure units, hospitals and HMP & YOI institutions into their own homes. Personalisation means thinking about care and support services in an entirely different way. This means starting with the person as an individual with strengths, preferences and aspirations and putting them at the centre of the process of identifying their needs and making choices about what, who, how and when they are supported to live their lives. It requires a significant transformation of Adult social care so that all systems, processes, staff and services are geared up to put people first. The traditional service-led approach has often meant that people have not received the right help at the right time and have been unable to shape the kind of support they need. Personalisation is about giving people much more choice and control over their lives in all social care settings.

Person-Centred Planning (PCP)/ Dedicated Staff

Sourcing properties from Housing Associations, Trusts, Public & Private

Assistance in Housing Benefit Claims, ILF funding & Direct Payments

24 Hour Individualised Support / Out-reach care

Live-in/ Waking Night & Sleeping Cover Support

Learning Disability and Mental Health Practitioners

Psychologist/ Clinical Psychiatrist (Learning Disabilities & Mental Health)

Our Approach

Personalised care planning aims to put people on an equal footing with health and social care professionals.  A care planning consultation should feel like the meeting of two experts – the patient/client and their clinical carer.

It focuses on a discussion with individual patients about goals to support their health and wellbeing, such as returning to work, stopping smoking, improving diet or living independently. The discussion should also focus on supporting them to self- care, and finding out what impacts on their health and wellbeing, such as poor housing and emotional and psychological needs.

Choice should be stimulated through personalised care planning, which embraces three key components. These are people having:

  • Power to shape their pathway through services and keep control over their lives;
  • Preferences to choose how, when and what treatments or other services they receive;
  • Personalised services organised around their lifestyles.

Care planning should be proportionate to need. For example, for those with a range of complex needs, it is led and coordinated by one professional, such as a community matron or specialist nurse. It follows a health and social care assessment of need and takes more time and is more detailed. There is a strong emphasis on coordinating services and contingency planning.
For those with less complex needs, the planning process must include information about how their condition impacts on their life and support for self-care so that each patient can make the best decisions and decide how best to manage their condition.

Providing service users with information such as test results or prompting them to think about questions to ask before the care planning consultation also helps them to reflect and prepare to get the most out of the discussion. It also establishes an equal relationship with their healthcare professional.

•  The person is at the centre;
•  Family members and friends are full partners;
•  Person-centred planning reflects a person’s abilities and what is important to the person (now and for the future);
•  Person-centred planning builds a shared commitment to action which recognises people’s choices;
•  Person-centred planning leads to continual listening, learning, action and helps to get what they want out of life.
•  Promotion of personalisation and individual budgets where applicable or able

We strive to promote the enablement of clients in all our service delivery. Enablement proposes a continuous, systematic approach to service delivery with a specific focus on anticipatory care and the provision of the means, opportunity and empowerment to attain life choices. The emphasis is on self and lifestyle management through health and wellbeing improvement and health and social promotion. This also means supporting people who can use community services including culture and leisure services, lifelong learning opportunities and voluntary agencies services as appropriate.

  • We have a clear service user involvement policy that outlines our commitment to the involvement of clients in every aspect of designing, delivering, developing and reviewing service delivery.

 

  • We encourage involvement in all aspects of service delivery, including but not exclusively, client involvement throughout our recruitment and selection procedure, as well as planning services by contributing to evaluation, for example, involvement in service user involvement groups.

 

  • We strive to offer service users opportunities to live happy and fulfilling lives, both in their home and local community by facilitating meaningful activities which cover a range of basic life skills, occupations and leisure activities. A wide range is available dependent upon individual interest and need, including social activities and hobbies, living skills and personal care, creative and therapeutic activities, sport and leisure, supported paid or voluntary employment, further education and other learning opportunities.

The needs of learning disabled people, Mental Health & Older People often span more than one care or service system, and consequently many different agencies or sectors must be involved in the provision of Domiciliary & supported living or community-based care, including health, social care, housing, education, employment, transport, leisure, criminal justice and social security. We employ a holistic approach in the care of clients across both Mental Health and Learning Disabilities. A holistic service approach is one which:

  • respects cultural diversity
  • promotes social inclusion
  • is committed to working with families and carers
  • is committed to working within a multi-disciplinary and multi-skilled framework
  • normalises cross-agency partnership working, and
  • promotes holistic interventions and support

We ensure networks are established with and for clients to ensure that a holistic service is provided across all aspects of a client’s life.

If a member of your family needs support to live independently, this information tells you about direct payments, a way of having more choice and control over the help you need. Direct payments are payments given to individuals by Social Services departments to enable them to buy services they have been assessed as needing.

The aim of a direct payment is to give more flexibility in how services are provided to people who are assessed as eligible for social services support. Providing money in lieu of social care services gives people greater choice and control over their lives and enables them to make their own decisions about how their care is delivered.
Most people who have been assessed as needing a social care service can get direct payments. This includes people with:

• physical or sensory impairment
• learning disabilities
• mental health problems
• a long-term illness or who need help because of the effects of growing older.

You can also receive direct payments if you are a:

  • carer who has been assessed as needing support in your own right
  •  parent of a disabled child – for services that support you in bringing up your child

You can ask for direct payments if you wish to be in control of the services you need, and you are able to arrange and manage those services, either by yourself or with help. You do not have to be able to do everything yourself. As long as you stay in charge of what happens you can have as much help as you need to manage direct payments.

Personalised Care Plan

Personalised care planning aims to put people on an equal footing with health and social care professionals.  A care planning consultation should feel like the meeting of two experts – the patient/client and their clinical carer.

It focuses on a discussion with individual patients about goals to support their health and wellbeing, such as returning to work, stopping smoking, improving diet or living independently. The discussion should also focus on supporting them to self- care, and finding out what impacts on their health and wellbeing, such as poor housing and emotional and psychological needs.

Choice should be stimulated through personalised care planning, which embraces three key components. These are people having:

  • Power to shape their pathway through services and keep control over their lives;
  • Preferences to choose how, when and what treatments or other services they receive;
  • Personalised services organised around their lifestyles.

Care planning should be proportionate to need. For example, for those with a range of complex needs, it is led and coordinated by one professional, such as a community matron or specialist nurse. It follows a health and social care assessment of need and takes more time and is more detailed. There is a strong emphasis on coordinating services and contingency planning.
For those with less complex needs, the planning process must include information about how their condition impacts on their life and support for self-care so that each patient can make the best decisions and decide how best to manage their condition.

Providing service users with information such as test results or prompting them to think about questions to ask before the care planning consultation also helps them to reflect and prepare to get the most out of the discussion. It also establishes an equal relationship with their healthcare professional.

Person-Centred Approach

•  The person is at the centre;
•  Family members and friends are full partners;
•  Person-centred planning reflects a person’s abilities and what is important to the person (now and for the future);
•  Person-centred planning builds a shared commitment to action which recognises people’s choices;
•  Person-centred planning leads to continual listening, learning, action and helps to get what they want out of life.
•  Promotion of personalisation and individual budgets where applicable or able

Promoting Independence

We strive to promote the enablement of clients in all our service delivery. Enablement proposes a continuous, systematic approach to service delivery with a specific focus on anticipatory care and the provision of the means, opportunity and empowerment to attain life choices. The emphasis is on self and lifestyle management through health and wellbeing improvement and health and social promotion. This also means supporting people who can use community services including culture and leisure services, lifelong learning opportunities and voluntary agencies services as appropriate.

Promoting inclusion
  • We have a clear service user involvement policy that outlines our commitment to the involvement of clients in every aspect of designing, delivering, developing and reviewing service delivery.

 

  • We encourage involvement in all aspects of service delivery, including but not exclusively, client involvement throughout our recruitment and selection procedure, as well as planning services by contributing to evaluation, for example, involvement in service user involvement groups.

 

  • We strive to offer service users opportunities to live happy and fulfilling lives, both in their home and local community by facilitating meaningful activities which cover a range of basic life skills, occupations and leisure activities. A wide range is available dependent upon individual interest and need, including social activities and hobbies, living skills and personal care, creative and therapeutic activities, sport and leisure, supported paid or voluntary employment, further education and other learning opportunities.
Holistic Approach

The needs of learning disabled people, Mental Health & Older People often span more than one care or service system, and consequently many different agencies or sectors must be involved in the provision of Domiciliary & supported living or community-based care, including health, social care, housing, education, employment, transport, leisure, criminal justice and social security. We employ a holistic approach in the care of clients across both Mental Health and Learning Disabilities. A holistic service approach is one which:

  • respects cultural diversity
  • promotes social inclusion
  • is committed to working with families and carers
  • is committed to working within a multi-disciplinary and multi-skilled framework
  • normalises cross-agency partnership working, and
  • promotes holistic interventions and support

We ensure networks are established with and for clients to ensure that a holistic service is provided across all aspects of a client’s life.

Direct Approach

If a member of your family needs support to live independently, this information tells you about direct payments, a way of having more choice and control over the help you need. Direct payments are payments given to individuals by Social Services departments to enable them to buy services they have been assessed as needing.

The aim of a direct payment is to give more flexibility in how services are provided to people who are assessed as eligible for social services support. Providing money in lieu of social care services gives people greater choice and control over their lives and enables them to make their own decisions about how their care is delivered.
Most people who have been assessed as needing a social care service can get direct payments. This includes people with:

• physical or sensory impairment
• learning disabilities
• mental health problems
• a long-term illness or who need help because of the effects of growing older.

You can also receive direct payments if you are a:

  • carer who has been assessed as needing support in your own right
  •  parent of a disabled child – for services that support you in bringing up your child

You can ask for direct payments if you wish to be in control of the services you need, and you are able to arrange and manage those services, either by yourself or with help. You do not have to be able to do everything yourself. As long as you stay in charge of what happens you can have as much help as you need to manage direct payments.

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Further
Information

We provide various services to support individuals, either as independent services or integrated with other services, to provide a more holistic solution

Core Services Principles

We recognise and promote independence, dignity, privacy, rights, collaboration, support and autonomy

Complex Learning Disability & Mental Health

High quality service to meet the demands of high-complexity service users through a focus on trust, understanding, support and respect for clients of all age groups and abilities.

Supported Housing (18+)

We support the need for individuals to live as independently as possible through the enablement of relevant benefit entitlements, home improvement, skills development and taking accessibility measures.

Amanda Seyfried

Adekams care provided very supportive staff, which have been a joy to work with. My brother finds it easy to integrate with society and is living more independently now

Sandy Gershin

I was in such a dilemma when I was failed by my previous go-to agency. Someone recommended Adekams care services to me and their emergency response has been nothing short of amazing!

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Phone

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+4475 3414 8274

+4475 3268 9189

Email

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info@adekamscare.co.uk

Address

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4 Melksham Green, Harold Hill. Romford, Essex. RM3 8QT

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