Provider SupportsAutism, Down Syndrome, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health, Acute mental health including psychosis, and Physical disabilities
This provider supports adults and teenagers from 13 years to live independently in their own home.
About this provider
Nurtrio provide a number of services including:
Home Care (also known as domiciliary care) – allows you to stay independent in your own home with support from visiting care workers as little or as often as you need it.
Housing Related Support – help people to live independently by assisting them to:
– set up and maintain a safe and secure home
– learn to look after money, cook and clean
– get help with claiming benefits
– look for and move into alternative accommodation if required
– find training, volunteer or job opportunities
– seek help and advice from social services, health care providers or community groups
– gain confidence and emotional support
Meals on Wheels – nutritious hot food delivery service available 365 days a year. Meals are delivered to people in their own homes.
Keysafe fitting service – helping to keep vulnerable people safe in their own homes and enable visitors to access your home with a secure code.
PASS (Personal Assistant Support Service) – a flexible alternative to traditional support. It allows you to choose, employ and pay the staff who provide staff for you. These staff are known as personal assistants. This is ideal for people in receipt of a direct payment or personal health budget.
Supported Living – designed for people with complex needs to stay independent and comfortable in their own homes. It is usually for individuals who require round-the-clock care.
Meals on Wheels and keysafe fitting are chargeable services to the private customer – various charges apply.
Living our Lives supported living service is funded by the CCG/focus/NHS
PASS is funded by the CCG/focus/NHS although people can buy the service privately