Approximately 1.4 million people in England have learning difficulties, with 40% likely to have a significant mental illness.
Mental health is still something of a taboo subject, yet at any one time, one in six people in the UK has a common mental health problem such as an anxiety disorder or depression, whilst one in 100 has a severe mental illness, such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia.
We focus our attention and support on the small steps that lead to a fulfilling and independent future for people with complex mental health illness. We have a wealth of expertise and experience in delivering the right level of individual support and therapy that is fundamental in achieving rewarding outcomes.
Our approach is focused on the needs of the individual and maximising their independence as soon as possible. It is our goal that each person we support can live in the least restrictive and lowest cost environment whilst continuing to be able to access on-going support and the therapeutic engagement of a full multidisciplinary team.
We provide qualified specialists nurses, care-workers, support workers and domestic to support mental health people, call us today to arange your meeting.
What is mental health illness?
Mental illness can affect all people of all ages from young children to the elderly. It is different in everyone, and there are many differing causes; some are inherited genetically, whilst others are brought on by lifestyle or events.
Without the right support and interventions, a mental health illness can prevent individuals from enjoying life.
Some of the more commonly known mental health problems are:
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Mental health illness can cause individuals’ complete, or partial dysfunction within their daily lives; they may have trouble managing their medications, get into debt, become more reclusive and withdrawn, personal hygiene and appearance may suffer, and many other reasons that may also prevent social engagement, further reducing self-esteem.