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For over 60 years, Reed has been proud and privileged to provide person-centred direct care and support services to vulnerable adults, children, young people, and families in the community.

We work with public bodies, privately funded individuals and organisations. So, if you are looking to purchase services, or hire private carers for yourself or loved ones, we provide a range of services to suit your needs.

As a registered Care Quality Commission provider, we are committed to delivering the best possible outcomes for individuals who wish to remain at home and safely access services in their local community.

Our services are available 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and we have community care hubs based in Cambridge, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, and London.

With an extensive team of dedicated community care workers, our friendly, local team of registered care managers, consultants, and co-ordinators work in partnership with you to find a solution and meet your aspirations to achieve your individual goals.

We will work in collaboration with you and other parties to ensure that you are matched with staff who can provide the best level of community care and support for vulnerable adults, children, young people, and families.

All our services enable individuals to fulfil their potential and lead a meaningful and independent life with choice and control. We support with and focus on what individuals can do for themselves but also provide the tools for them to grow and develop new skills and abilities.

Our community care professionals can provide services across multiple care needs, including those with learning disabilities and autism, specialist and complex care, mental health support, outreach and respite services, and specialist care services for children and young people.

Learning disabilities & autism services

Our specialist community care professionals are experts in providing care services and support for individuals living with learning disabilities and autism.

Areas we can support with:

  • Personal care – ensuring health and well-being is maintained.

  • Practical support - enabling and encouraging independence, maintaining the home environment, attending medical appointments, managing money, and general activities for daily living.

  • Emotional and social support – this is met through meaningful relationships and activities, accessing the community, leisure, education, and work opportunities.

Specialist & complex care services

We provide specialist and complex care to individuals who have profound health and care needs and give them the tools and support to enable them to remain at home and achieve their potential.

Areas we can support with:

  • Nursing care and clinical oversight

  • Oxygen therapy

  • Specialist medication and percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) feed

  • Head and spinal injuries

  • End of life and life-limiting illness

  • Long-term health needs – diabetes, epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and neurological conditions

  • Behaviours that challenge

  • Dementia

  • Physical disabilities

  • Stoma and catheter care

  • 24 hours wrap around provision including waking nights, sitting, and sleep-in services

  • One-to-one, two-to-one, and three-to-one personal care

Mental health services

Our services enable individuals, who need support with their mental health, to carry out their day-to-day tasks. This can be through a range of support services including supported living, crisis intervention, outreach, and self-care, with a combination of practical, emotional, social care and support, information, and signposting.

We work with the network of community health and social care professionals to provide support to those living with mental health issues, such as:

  • Depression and anxiety

  • Bipolar disorder

  • Memory and sensory impairment

  • Alcohol and drug misuse

  • Behaviours that challenge

  • Eating disorders

  • Personality disorders

  • Support with difficult feelings and behaviours

  • Support with reducing isolation and loneliness

Outreach & respite services

Our outreach services for adults and children aims to assist individuals through a person-centred approach, supporting with health and social care matters that enable people to live independently.

Areas we can support with:

  • Living a healthy lifestyle

  • Accessing community services

  • Reducing isolation

  • Leisure

  • Education

  • Employment

Our respite and short break provision enable main caregivers to take a break so that they can attend appointments or maintain their own health and wellbeing.

This can include sitting services, overnight support, and emergencies. We will work with you to establish if support can be provided as an activity or provision at home.

Children & young people services

We offer a range of provisions for children and young people, including personal care services and assistance to support with home life and access to the community.

Areas we can support with:

  • Disabilities and complex health needs

  • Special educational needs

  • Behaviours that challenge

  • Safeguarding

  • Parenting support

  • Supervised contact

  • Emergency cover and respite

  • Transitions into adulthood

  • Youth offenders and step-down support within the community

Reed is a registered Care Quality Commission provider.

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