Who We Are
Transforming Lives, Building Hope
We are a family run supported living provider, that has provided specialist care and support services for over 24 years. Our main client group is males with an acquired brain injury.
We are committed to providing high quality brain injury rehabilative services with excellent outcomes. Our organisation is accredited by HEADWAYS BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION. Our accommodation and services are on their approved providers list.
We are registered with CARE QUALITY COMMISSION (CQC). At our last inspection we were rated GOOD
Provide rehabilative care and support services, that enhances the quality of life of our client group
Tackle some of the problems of inappropriate housing, lack of recreational, education and employment opportunities amongst vulnerable adults with an acquired brain injury
Prepare our tenants for independent or semi-independent living
Promote access to health, social and recreational services in the community
Ensure the cultural and religious needs are catered for within personalised support plans
Who can make a referral?
Individuals are welcome to make a self-referral to Paradise Independent Living
We welcome referrals from family members / caregivers on behalf of the individual
Healthcare Professionals can make referrals on behalf of individuals
Acquired Brain Injury
We offer an intensive and individualised brain injury rehabilitation programme, which helps each individual to maximise their potential through the redevelopment of impaired skills and abilities. Where necessary, specialist neurological therapies are also provided as part of the care package. Our customers can access neuro-physiotherapy, neurological occupational therapy, psychotherapy, exercise therapy and complimentary therapy.
All our services are focused on the Person Centred Approach. This means we aim to establish that the most holistic and appropriate range of care and support is provided. Hence each individual’s care and support plan helps them to identify their goals which encompass their social, psychological, spiritual, physical, cultural, educational and dietary needs. Throughout their placement, they are empowered at all times to identify the areas to work on and what they want to achieve from the care and support provided. We strive to improve an individuals quality of life and to help them realise any areas where independence can be gained.
We received positive feedback from a healthcare professional who told us the service was very responsive and sensitive to people’ needs. They also told us the service had been very holistic in tailoring their care and shown a high level of knowledge of how to support people with a brain injury and complex cognitive and behavioural impairments.
Headway Brain Injury Association is a national charitable organisation that is at the fore front of work, to improve the lives of people whom have suffered a brain injury. They work with other organisations to assist them to develop responsive services that meet the needs of people with a brain injury
Headway has developed their Approved Provider scheme, an accreditation scheme open to providers specialising in acquired brain injury (ABI).
Our services have been assessed against standards devised by Headway to ensure we provide appropriate specialist care for brain injury survivors with complex physical and cognitive impairment. We have successfully achieved “Approved Provider Accreditation”
Approved Care Providers
Headway undertake annual inspections of our accommodation and services. Presently, accreditation has been given to three of our schemes. Accreditation will shortly be sought for our newest accommodation.
We are one of the few supported living providers, in London to achieve this much sought after accreditation in recognition of our excellent work and successes with rehabilitating people with an acquired brain injury.