Quality assurance at Community Believe
Our promise to you
Our biggest driving factor is the desire to i support. Our person-centred approach puts the individual at the our activity; whether that involves providing day to day support or 4 eetings to discuss our strength and weaknesses and finding ways to improve those weaknesses. Regular training sessions for all staff. feedback from the people who use our services and implement robust systems to monitor our standards. Our biggest driving factor is the desire to improve the lives of the people we centred approach puts the individual at the centre whether that involves providing day to day support or s to discuss our strength and weaknesses and feedback from the people who use our services and the lives of the people we centre of all whether that involves providing day to day support or advocating for individual on matters that directly affect them. We are devoted to offering choices, independency, dignity, respect and promoting the rights of people with learning disabilities.
Our staffs genuinely care about every individual. Every individualis made to feel welcome, cared for and included in every aspect of the day. With a person-centred approach, our clients are able to decide for themselves which activities they would like to partake in (if any) and are made to feel like they can go about their day.
The staffs are trained to a high standard;our team is qualified and well trained. All staff has NVQ qualification, LDAF level 2, 3. We have ongoing training and regular supervision provided to or staff.
Community Believe values the unique contribution of each member of staff and develops their full potential through a commitment to training and education. This is displayed through the high quality of service delivery. The team works very closely with Social Workers, GPs, and more.
The care provided at both of our centre is of the very highest standards and is carried out by staffs that are highly experienced, motivated and qualified in caring for people. Ours is, we believe, a new approach to community care, where emphasis is placed on what the individual client wishes to do and how they want to use the activities and facilities that are provided throughout the day.
We work in partnership with people with learning disabilities and family carers, recognising that they are the real experts and that their stories and life experiences should be central to developing and sharing good practice.