Beacon House Project is based in the Cranhill area of Glasgow and provides support to eight adults who are 18 years and over who have a learning disability. Beacon House is a care home which offers 24 hour support, the building is purpose built to accommodate service users' needs.
Referrals are made by local authority Care Managers using the single shared assessment process. Service users will be invited to visit the project a number of occasions prior to moving in to ensure that they are supported to make an informed decision about the service, the people who live there and the staff who provide the service.
- A comfortable safe place to live with a high standard of care and support
- A personalised bedroom with access to communal living areas
- A flexible service which strives at all times to meet the individual’s developing needs
- A named key worker
- A person-centred service that is developed around the needs, preferences, expectations and defined outcomes of the person
- Trained and committed staff who are conversant in person centred practices and who will support the service user in a competent, professional and flexible manner
- Support to enable individuals to expand their capabilities and achievements by accessing a range of community services, resources and activities
- Support to enable the service user to gain new skills and live as independent a life as possible, rich in purpose, meaning and personal fulfillment and to achieve all they can
- A sensory room to support individuals enjoy some quiet relaxing, stress free time.
The service is registered with and inspected by the Care Inspectorate.
Reports are available on request.
Beacon House Project