Our supported housing schemes enable people with mental health and learning disabilities to live independently in their own home, with appropriate support provided to help them manage their own tenancy and achieve greater freedom and control in their lives.
The services provided will range from:
- occasional visits from a support worker
- flexible support during the day or in the evening, overnight and/or at weekends
- 24 hours a day support
Some services might be shared if more than one person with support needs live together.
Support can be provided in self-contained or shared supported accommodation. Staff are fully trained and take a person-centred approach to planning and delivering individual’s support.
Supported housing redevelopments provide accommodation for individuals with mental health and learning disabilities.
Yr Aelwyd, Ammanford
A former care home in Glanamman has been transformed into supported accommodation for people with varying support needs.
The accommodation creates a living environment to help people with medium to high support needs live independently in the community. The accommodation provides a level of support service on site.
Health, social care and housing staff manage the project and maintain a close engagement with local residents and the community.
Coleshill Terrace, Llanelli
The former Registrar’s and Cash Desk provides supported accommodation to help people with varying support needs live independently within their community.
The housing provides transitional accommodation from one project to another, with the opportunity to offer 24 hour support. It is jointly co-ordinately and managed by social care and housing professionals.
The building design includes the latest innovative technologies that will greatly contribute to our ambition to become a net zero carbon Authority by 2030.
Get in touch
For further information on supported housing for individuals with mental health and learning disabilities please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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