Green Rose is a interactive provider of care and support services for people with learning disabilities in Ipswich. We aim to meet the purchasing needs of commissioning bodies and other agencies through listening and developing bespoke support packages and housing solutions designed specifically to meet each individuals’ requirements in the new era.
At Green Rose, we believe that people should have real choices and live in an environment which is conducive to learning and developing people’s aspirations. Green Rose is registered to provide support and care for adults aged 18 years and above, who have a learning disability, autism, complex support. It also provides specialist service for people with specific disorders relating to people with learning disabilities.
Green Rose is registered with the Care Quality Commission to provide the Regulated Activity – Person Care.
Green Rose team members are trained to work with people and their families, building trust and confidence, increasing knowledge and skills, and changing attitudes. Through careful listening and implementation, Green Rose understands personal aspirations and interests, and develops a support service centred and planned around an individual, leaving them in control. Supporting people to aim for their aspirations in life and having goals is a paramount principle of Green Rose.
Green Rose is a dynamic provider of a responsive service that will change as the requirements of the individual change, this is a real promise to keep on supporting a person to have a good quality of life.
At Green Rose we believe that people should be citizens in the community in which they live. They should have support to engage in their community and to develop as an individual. Green Rose supports community presence and social inclusion.
At Green Rose, we work with people to ascertain what they want and from this, develop a plan to support these people in both their aspirations and needs. The key to supporting people is helping people with a learning disability to have ‘power’ within a relationship and not for Green Rose to have ‘power’ over the individual.
We advocate a voice for the individual in both health and social care requirements. Green Rose put in place support and interventions that will assistant the individual to attain their dreams and to life a meaningful life. We promote inclusion at Green Rose; if individuals have limited skills in this area we will support and guide them to developing and improving their skills.
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability and affects people in different ways. Like all people, autistic people have their own strengths and weaknesses. At Green Rose, we understand that each autistic person is unique and how the person communicates and interacts with the world differs, and we adapt our support practices in nuanced ways to provide bespoke services.
Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) is a rare, complex genetic disorder that affects both males and females from birth and throughout their lives. At Green Rose, we have extensive experience of supporting complexities that come with Prader-Willi syndrome, which helps us design best practice right from the start of us getting involved.
Green Rose recognises that for most people, including people with learning disabilities, their living circumstances are what matters to them.
Supported living might best be thought of not as a single model, but as a range of residential alternatives for people with learning disabilities however central to all alternatives is living in their own home, be it owned or rented.
Through a commitment to empowering people to become fulfilled citizens in their local community, Green Rose will help find a home or housing solution suitable for individual needs which might include making adaptions or using technology to help with daily living.
Green Rose philosophy is about providing a tailor-made housing solution to people with a learning disability in local areas. The aim is to provide small environments, either sharing a home with a small number of other people or living independently.
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