Paradise Independent Living (PIL) is a Supported Living Provider registered with the CARE QUALITY COMMISSION (CQC). We have been in operation since 1998. All our accommodation and services are located in the North London Borough of Enfield.
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.
We are proud to announce that our 24 hour supported housing scheme for people with brain injury, is accredited by Headway National, Brain Injury Association. At present we are the only supported living provider in the UK , to achieve this much sought after accreditation in recognition of our excellent work and successes with acquired brain injury service users. Our service at 39 Ingleton Rd is accredited by Headway and the Approved Provider logo is in recognition of the status of this service.
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. It is run by a highly experienced manager who is professionally qualified in the management of brain injury care. She has also worked with CQC as an Inspector. The service is delivered by a highly skilled staff team who receive ongoing training in all aspects of caring for individuals 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. Hence we can accommodate wheelchair users.
We also work with individuals who have mental health problems, behaviour that challenges and substance misuse problems . Some of our clients also have a diagnoses including aspergers syndrome and learning disabilities. We support adults at risk with an age range of 18-65.
Click on any of the pictures below to get further information about how we work with each client group.