Our Rehabilitative support will offer a therapeutic environment for individuals to form positive relationships while learning and developing their skills
We support people with a range of mental health and emotional conditions, dual diagnosis and other complex needs to recover and live independently.
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The ‘five ways to well-being’ have been identified and developed through reviewing research and expert opinions from many health and social care professionals.
Our version of the five ways to well-being has been designed into a pathway; for a person to be supported in enabling small changes that can make big differences.
Our pathways will guide and support a person in considering what actions or changes they would like to make in their own life.
We have designed and developed a self-assessment, pathways plan, pathways reviews and well-being clubs; This will support a person to plan and review aims and outcomes. Our well-being clubs are activities that will support and encourage positive outcomes by taking action and gaining an understanding of life.
AIM is a national and international Awarding Organisation. The AIM Qualifications Suite of Personal and Social Development Skills Qualifications are designed to help learners develop skills and knowledge in personal and social skills. The qualifications will support learners to become confident individuals who are physically, emotionally and socially healthy, be responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society and embrace change and managing risk together with their own well-being
Mindfulness is simply about taking a step back and appreciating life in the moment. Living mindfully is when a person aims to develop a new awareness to everyday activities, allowing the person to develop a connection to their surroundings. Mindfulness is trying to maintain a moment-by-moment awareness of your thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and environment. When a person practices mindfulness, their thoughts tune into what they are sensing in the present moment, rather than rehashing the past or imagining the future.
It is recommended by the Department of Health and guidelines set down by NICE.
We believe that supporting and encouraging the practice of living mindfully would fit in well with our way of being/practice and is supportive of the ‘five ways to well-being’ pathways.