We support seven adults within a house in Leyton, London. Staff work with residents to give them individualised support to promote greater independence.
Residents are fully involved in all aspects of their support and regularly meet to review their support plans with their key worker.
All staff have an NVQ level 3 or QCF diploma level 3 in health and social care or are working towards this. Staff have enhanced CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) clearance.
Staff receive training on a range of topics that include: safeguarding adults, risk assessment, health & safety, first aid, autism awareness and specialist training if needed – for example epilepsy. We also have a Positive Behaviour Support Team that can give training and advice for people presenting with challenging behaviours.
We are regularly monitored by the Care Quality Commission and also have our own internal systems for monitoring quality - to make sure that the people we support have the best possible support.
To find out more about our quality monitoring processes, please view our quality page on this website.
mcch has a range of services to support people with autism and learning disabilities. To view our range of services, go to our services page.