We offer bespoke care packages which highlight an individual’s unique qualities, with 24-hour a day staff support, backed by advanced quality care monitoring systems. Our services include support with tenancy management, budgeting, shopping, cooking, mental health, medication, attending appointments, cleaning and personal hygiene.
Stuart Dunn House comprises two connected six-bedroomed properties in a popular residential area of Chester. This accommodation is staffed 24 hours a day, with cover during the night, and is close to many amenities and public services.
Abbots Grange is a supported living environment which is made up of 11 rooms all differentiating between a self-contained flat, sole rooms and rooms with cooking facilities and bathrooms.
Century House is a grade 2 listed building that has been converted in to 15 self contained flats. There is a staff room, communal areas and a lovely garden at the back with private patio, greenhouse and allotments.
Clyde House is a supported living accommodation in Stockport which supports the recovery of residents with complex mental health needs. Our residents are actively encouraged to participate in menu designing and planning.
This Service supports 14 people. A team of 14 staff members provide support. This includes 9 full time and 5 bank staff. Dane House is staffed 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Fountain Street is a newly refurbished supported living service in the historical market town of leek in the Staffordshire moorlands, fountain street is just a stone’s throw away from the bustling high street of leek.
At SIS, we offer a variety of supported living options throughout the UK, including shared housing and self-contained apartments. Our priority is to create a secure and nurturing atmosphere, ensuring the comfort and happiness of your loved ones. Choose SIS for exceptional supported living solutions.
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Adults 18+ who are under the care of Mental Health teams or Community Mental Health Teams.
Yes, if they have a primary Mental Health diagnosis and current risk can be managed safely in the community.