Supported Living services such as those listed below do a fantastic job of bridging the gap between care within the family and residential care and offer our service users the opportunity to be independent, whilst providing support when and where it is needed.
12 Mannock Road
Mannock Road is a 24 hour supported living Scheme with four beds. The scheme supports people with Mental Health Issues, Brain Injury and complex needs.
It is situated just off Wood Green High Street, just a few minutes’ walk from Turnpike Lane Tube Station. There is easy access to local shops, GP Surgery and other major facilities.
They are also just a few doors down from one of our sister residential care homes at number 30 and number 37 Coleraine Road! We have excellent transport links, which are a great help for families wishing to visit as well as for our service users getting out and about in the local community.
Our staff team are warm, friendly and welcomes a visit, so why not pop in?
3 Vincent Villas
Vincent Villas is 2 self contained studio flats and a 3 bed house with a huge garden. Like Mannock Road, the scheme supports people with Mental Health Issues, Brain Injury and complex needs.
The properties have some wonderful and therapeutic features such as our Jacuzzi bath, with mood lighting, to aid the relaxation of our service users.
Unified Care promote an holistic view of care and believe that emotional, spiritual, physical and psychological wellbeing are all connected and must all be respected and nurtured equally.
In your own Home
Unified Care also provide home, or domiciliary, care for those living in their own homes, but who perhaps require a bit of additional support with daily life. We provide home care for people with learning disabilities, mental health issues, Autism, brain injuries or even a combination of those things.
Home care can be a life line for those living at home, perhaps supported by family or loved ones, who may be alone during certain periods due to work or other commitments of their regular carers. It can be difference between someone moving into residential care or not and we feel it is an essential service.
We also offer respite care, covering carers’ holidays or times when perhaps they are unwell themselves, and again, meaning that the service user is not forced to leave their own home and familiar surroundings. For those with certain diagnoses, the security and comfort of staying in their own home cannot be understated.
Unified Care and our service users, be they residents of our homes, supported living property residents or indeed those we support in their own homes are all one big, happy family. Any and all activities we provide, such as dance classes, sports, day trips etc, are open to all, giving a wonderful sense of community and the security of a wider support network for each and every one of our service users.