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Care Support Services

Paradise Independent Living, care and support services are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Services can be provided in a person’s own home or in one of our supported living schemes. We provide assistance with daily living skills as well as support with various therapies and other sources of support.

Neurological Therapies

  • Neurophysiotherapy

  • Neurological occupational therapy

  • Speech and language therapy

  • Exercise therapy

  • Psychological therapy

Assistance with benefits/bills

  • Accessing welfare benefits

  • Budgetting

  • Filling out forms etc

  • Maintaining their tenancies

  • Ensuring rent and other bills, debts etc are paid

  • Opening up a savings account

Accessing professional help & liaison with other agencies

  • Accessing training, education & employment opportunities

  • Accessing specialist drugs and counseling services

  • Registering with GPs, Dentist, and Opticians etc.

  • Arranging and attending appointments

  • Liaising with social workers, care co-ordinators and other representatives

  • Liaising with Benefits Agency etc

  • Health & Safety advice
    Monitoring physical health & diet

  • Health & safety training in the kitchen and home

  • Operating & maintaining kitchen equipment safely

  • Fire safety training

  • Safe food hygiene and storage

  • Building security & controlling access to building & individual bedrooms

Other Support 

Personal Care

  • Monitoring & supervising compliance with medication

  • Emotional difficulties (informal counseling)

  • Befriending & chatting with clients/guest

  • Resettlement & preparation for move on accommodation

  • Organising social events & holidays

  • Religious and cultural observances

  • Maintaining contact with family and friends

  • Dealing with disputes with neighbours or other tenants

  • Complying with terms of the tenancy

  • Supervision and assistance with personal hygiene

  • Support and assistance with oral hygiene

  • Assistance with incontinence

  • We can provide care to individuals that require bathing or feeding


The need for a high level of entertainment and recreational pursuits has been identified as an important aspect of our work with individuals.


All are encouraged to develop new or existing areas of interest, inside and outside their home. “You tell us what your interests are and we will help you find something that is satisfying and rewarding to do! Hence we organise trips to museums, cinema, car shows, restaurants, bowling and many more places.

a man in a wheelchair in front of a car, the man in smiling into the camera
a man on a bike in a garden
a circus performance
a man swimming in the open sea
a circus performance
a large table viewed from above with six people sat down to eat. there are many dishes on the table
a man sitting in a car

Education & Vocational training

Education and training is an important aspect of promoting an independent life style.  Without exception everyone is encouraged and assisted to access a range of educational and occupational activities. “You tell us about your future ambitions and aspirations, we will provide every conceivable opportunity for you to try and achieve these!”

Overseas Holidays

Many of our tenants have never travelled abroad, prior to being placed with us. We therefore offer them the opportunity to go on group or individual holidays to any country they desire. Hence, some of our tenants have travelled to America, Caribbean and Europe as a group, whilst some individuals have developed the confidence to travel alone to visit family and friends in Europe and Ireland.“You tell us where you want to go and we will help you plan your trip and budget to get there!”


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.

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