Paradise Independent Living (PIL) is a supported living and domicillary care provider registered with the CARE QUALITY COMMISSION (CQC). We have been providing supported accommodation and services to, vulnerable adults at risk with complex needs and challenging behaviour since 1998. Our services come highly recommended by CCGs Continuing Care Teams, Social Workers, Carers and other health and social care professionals and referral agencies, who continue to work with our organisation.
Our service is located in the North London Borough of Enfield. It is run by a highly experienced and professionally qualified manager, who also has worked with CQC.
Our latest CQC inspection report published April 2015 , rated our service as ‘GOOD’ and showed we are fully compliant with all the Fundamental Standards and the Health & Social Care Act 2008. You can read our report by clicking on the link.
The excellent feedback from our customers, their relatives, staff and professionals, demonstrated that the organisation provides an effective and high quality service to all. Everyone was more than satisfied with the service provided by an effective management team with the aid of a highly skilled staff team that have training and an expertise in working with people that have complex needs.
We are also proud to announce that our newest 6 bed, 24 hour supported housing scheme for people with brain injury, was accredited by Headway Brain Injury Association in August 2014. At present we are the only supported living provider in the UK that has been able to achieve, Approved Provider accreditation for their service to people with an acquired brain injury.
Our main client group is adults at risk, with an acquired brain injury. The service is tailored to the needs of each individual, hence we can adapt our care and support service to meet the needs and wishes of each customer. Whenever possible, we also adapt our accommodation to meet the physical needs of individuals.
We also work with individuals who have mental health problems, a forensic history (section 37/41) or substance misuse problems . Some of our clients also have a dual diagnoses including aspergers syndrome and learning disabilities. We support adults at risk with an age range of 18-65. Over the years, the organisation has developed and expanded to provide supported living services and accommodation to adults with a wider range of needs and disabilities.
Click on any of the pictures below to get further information about how we work with each client group.