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EMAIL US: info@aspiremhc.co.uk
CALL US: 0330 094 7750
 

Our Services:
Supported Living

Supported Living

Aspire Mental Healthcare offers integrated community based services aimed at promoting recovery and independence.

Our Supported Living service offers accommodation to those with mental illness, able to live semi-independently, but who require either long-term supervision or practical assistance with certain life-skills or short-term rehabilitation before returning to live back at home.

Individual support packages are designed around the specific assessed needs of the service user.
 

Range of support

The level of support depends on individual needs and includes:
  • Tenancy support
  • Support with personal care, domestic activities, daily living, social and leisure activities.
  • Medication administration
  • Step down from hospitals
Our Supported Living Complex (link to separate page)
•    Riverside Gardens
Our supported Living Centre at Riverside Gardens, in the village of Sandiacre, has been created to provide people with mental illness the opportunity to live in the community, but with the necessary support to cope successfully with stressful life events, which otherwise might lead to relapse and requirement for hospital admission or further treatment.
Set in self-contained grounds, the facility includes:
•    12 studio apartments
•    Communal Lounge
•    Open plan Kitchen
•    Staff Office
•    Landscaped Gardens
•     A fully-equipped Skills & Enablement Facility (link to page below)
Riverside Gardens is a purpose-built complex in self-contained grounds, where professional support may be accessed when needed, providing vulnerable people with suitable accommodation and dignified, safe living in the community.
Support staff are available at our Supported Living Centre between 9:00- 17:00, with 24 hour access to assistance, based on a ‘sleep-in’ on call at night.

 
 

What are people saying
The homely yet supportive environment at Chilwell House allows for clients to learn to be considerate of others and respectful of others within the home environment.
I have had the opportunity to work alongside Chilwell house rehabilitation unit in my role as lead nurse within the Early Intervention team. The team supported a careplan to allow for one of my clients to discharge from hospital after a lengthy admission. Over time they made efforts to not only support the transfer but also to set and review moving on goals. This enabled my client to shift from being somewhat inactive and lacking any plan or structure to his day to having positive thoughts about moving on with his life.