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Name of Organisation

Progress Care Solutions

Categories

  • Respite
  • CQC Registered Care Agencies
  • Social and/or Support Groups Disability/Age/Gender/Community Specific Groups
  • Personal Budget/ILF/Direct Payment Support

Locations services are offered in

  • Derby
  • Derbyshire
  • Nottingham
  • Nottinghamshire
  • West Midlands
  • Wolverhampton

Address

Progress Care Solutions, Progress House
127 Millfields Road
Wolverhampton WV4 6JG
United Kingdom
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Phone Number

03332070003

Mobile Number

07918 905 832

Email

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Details of Organisation and Service

Progress Care Solutions is an established independent provider of a range of services for vulnerable children and young adults. Progress currently has 6 residential homes across the West and East Midlands and an established fostering service with over 40 carers. We have also introduced a new division 'The Hub' which comprises four services including Home Support, Short Breaks, a Training Flat and Community Based Activities. Each service is specifically designed to provide the right support at the right time.

With high success rates and a proven track record in placement stability, increasing resilience and reducing dependency, we can blend a range of services together to provide seamless transitions through residential, foster care, semi-independent and independent living. We have recognised the need for Attachment and Trauma informed practice, which is now being integrated across the organisation.

Progress is a major player in developing innovative, bespoke services that are flexible, well planned, competitive and value for money and respond to the continually changing Health and Social care agenda.

WELCOME TO ‘THE HUB’

We have listened to our young people and their families and this has played an integral part in identifying additional services which we have added to the Progress portfolio.

The Hub is a combination of dedicated services with the sole aim of creating positive outcomes for children and young adults with disabilities.

‘The Hub’ provides a central point in the co-ordination of key services that are community based and accessible to all vulnerable children, young people and their families as and when they feel they need them and can be purchased directly by the individual, parents or carers who manage their own personal budgets.

The Hub services include…

Home Support
At Progress we can create a bespoke package of support to meet your family’s requirements. Home Support alleviates the frequent strains and stresses you can experience allowing you and your family to concentrate on developing your relationships and enjoying lives.

There are no time restrictions for families; our home support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and offers a range of services including:

• Support in the home
• Sitting service
• Holiday support
• Activity Support
• Developing independence

Our home support is dedicated to inspiring and empowering people to achieve great things. If you are about to leave school or have even left, Progress can also help you to source employment, training or provide the required support to develop your skill set.

The service can be as adaptable as you need it to be.

Key words – Home Support for children with disabilities, Home Care for children with disabilities, Care at home for children with disabilities, support in the home, sitting service for children with disabilities. Holiday support, activity support, developing independence

Community Based Activities
Our range of activity groups are aimed at enabling children and young people to achieve positive outcomes and experience different things in different surroundings and at the same time allowing the family to have a break.

There are a variety of activities that young people can participate in and during their first few visits we will discuss their likes and tailor their timetable to fulfil as much of this as we can.

This can include arts and crafts, sports, dance, theme work, toys, games and books as well as computers but is generally dependent on the individuals likes. Our activity groups are regulated by Ofsted and as such we are under strict guidance as to training, record keeping and the safe guarding of young people.

We offer different types of groups dependent on age and the time of year which includes:

• Saturday Clubs
• Youth Clubs
• Holiday Clubs
• After School Clubs
• Special Events throughout the year
• Music and Dance Groups

Key words – Activities in the community, Saturday clubs, youth clubs for children with disabilities, holiday clubs for children with disabilities, after school clubs for children with disabilities, music groups for children with disabilities, dance groups for children with disabilities

Training Home
The training home is aimed at young adults wishing to develop independent skills and to ease the transition into adulthood and adult services.

Progress promotes independence, allowing young people with additional needs to test out the skills they will need to live independently.

Activities are dictated by the young adult so are tailored to their likes. The accommodation is rented on an overnight basis and is not linked to the care. That can either be provided by our Home Support service or purchased separately by the family from another provider. This means that the property itself is not regulated.

Key words – Independent living for young adults, develop independent skills, independent living with care, promotes independence

Short Breaks
Our specialised short breaks, residential home aims to provide positive experiences to children and young people with additional needs and support families to enable them to remain resilient.

Young people from 5-18 years old who have additional needs can access our home. We provide a wide range of activities to suit the needs of the young people, if they think of it, we can do it!

The modern facilities and comforts within the house create a home away from home for all our guests. Governed and inspected by Ofsted, you can relax in the knowledge your child is receiving the best support available.

The Short Breaks service can be utilised by anyone, from anywhere in the United Kingdom and is not dependant on location.

Key words – Short Break residential home for children or young adults, respite for children with disabilities, short break provision for children, help for parents who have children with disabilities

Residential
All of our homes provide a safe, secure, friendly and harmonious environment that is non-institutional and ensure that all children and young people within our care have a voice, enabling them to make choices tailoring the provision to their individual needs.

We currently have four residential homes for children and young people aged 5-18yr olds with both complex and specific needs. In addition, our Welcroft residential home, catering for young adults aged 16-25yrs with disabilities who wish to transition onto independence. We continue to achieve positive outcomes working closely with parents/carers in order to maintain contact links with family and relatives as deemed appropriate.

Each child/young person placed within our homes are encouraged and fully supported in maximising their educational needs. We support in laying the foundation for each child/young person to cope with their future as an adult and maximise their potential towards achieving independence.

Accessible Parking

  • YES

Accessible Toilets

  • YES

Audio Description

  • NO

Braille

  • NO

BSL Interpreters

  • NO

Changing Places

  • NO

Discounted Carers

  • NO

Easy Read

  • NO

Free Carers

  • NO

Home Visits

  • NO

Induction Loop

  • NO

Large Print

  • YES

Ramps

  • YES

Lifts

  • YES

Wheelchair Access

  • YES

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