The Lanark Project comprises two separate small residential care homes for adults with a learning disability and associated physical, sensory and mental health support needs. The houses, one of which is home to four individuals and the other home to five, are based in pleasant residential areas of Lanark.
The Lanark Service provides a service for adults of 18 years upwards who have a learning disability. Referrals are made by families, local authority Care Managers or other professionals. A single shared assessment will be carried out by the Care Manager with the individual’s needs and wishes central to all discussions. Individuals will be invited to visit the service prior to moving in, providing opportunity for the person to meet staff and those who live at the service. The first 4 weeks from admission are usually viewed as an assessment period, followed by a review to determine if Lanark can meet the individuals needs, or indeed if it remains the service of choice for the person.
- 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
The service is registered with and inspected by the Care Inspectorate.
Reports are available on request.
31 Mousebank Road
LANARK, ML11 7PE
Tel: 01555 666003