Pathways to independence
Whether it’s a transition back home from an inpatient rehabilitation service, working towards regaining everyday life skills, or getting back to life in the community with greater ability, Lifeways provides practical and emotional support with the ultimate goal of restoring independence.
Together with the individual, their family members and case managers, our enquiry, referral and assessment managers review and assess the needs and requirements in order to develop a personalised support plan.
We also work in partnership with community occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and psychologists to ensure we meet the needs of people living with a range of complexities that have resulted from a serious injury.
Many of our locations have been specially adapted to create safe and empowering rehabilitation-focused environments that enable more independent living, which when combined with specialist support can make all the difference in the road to recovery. A selection of our properties are also fitted with assistive technology.
Sam, who’s in her thirties, learned new skills and increased her independence over five years whilst living in our supported living service in Worcester, and has recently achieved her goal of moving on to live independently in her own home with her partner, Dan.
“I’m so grateful for all the help and support Lifeways has given me over the past five years, and I’ll miss both them and the other tenants very much,” says Sam.
You can find more information on pathways to independence by visiting the resources below.