A Parent’s View of Person-Centred Support

Posted on the 5th December 2018

What is “person-centred” support? 

At Pure we tailor the support we provide to clients to their own specific needs, abilities and aspirations.

We have a wide range of activities and training opportunities to choose from and the caring staff to ensure that clients are happy and having fulfilling days with us.

Stuart for example now attends  Pure Art Studio‘s animation activities  for two days a week and is learning cafe and hospitality skills at Cafe Aroma on another. Recently he helped make lovely cherry scones. Above you can see he is about to wrap some up for freezing.

Here is the view of Helen,  Stuart’s mother, on the tailored support he receives.

I feel that Pure Innovations offers the whole package of a person-centred approach in the true sense.

The support we have been given, from the first assessment to now, when Stuart is attending three days a week, has remained focussed on doing things at his own pace, reviewing and changing things where necessary and effective communications between Stuart, staff, Sue (Pure Client Facilitator) and I.

Helen - Stuart's Mum

Our thanks to Helen for these kind comments.

Being responsive is one of our core values. We have review meetings with parents and carers to ensure that everyone is happy with the services we provide. Adjustments can be made at any time according to the client’s needs.

Are you a parent or carer of someone who could benefit from our supported services?  Would you like to know more about our person-centred approach? If so, please click the link below.


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