We’re more than a place to call home.
Aspire Healthcare provides residential care and independent living support for individuals with a variety of conditions including, but not limited to:
- Mental health disorders (e.g. schizophrenia, personality disorders, bipolar depression)
- Mild, moderate and acute learning disabilities
- Autism & Asperger’s syndrome
- Challenging behaviour
- Substance abuse
Our residential care homes offer long term care, respite and short break care, rehabilitation and individual support within the community.
Aspire Supported Living delivers services within tailored settings, providing the appropriate level of support to enable individuals to maintain their independence.
We personalise our services specifically to service user needs, working closely with the individual, their family, carers and professionals to ensure that the individual’s needs are met. We also work in close partnership with local charities, support groups and substance misuse professionals to maximise care and support services. Additionally, we have experience of supporting people to move from one type of service to another as their needs change or they become more independent.
All our services are located in the North East of England with properties across Gateshead, North Tyneside and County Durham.
- We aim to provide quality, person-centred care that meets the total needs of the service user, whether in a residential setting or in their own home, irrespective of race, sex, religion or age.
- We aim to create a safe, caring and supportive environment for the people we serve so that they are respected for their uniqueness. Individuals are encouraged to treat themselves and others with dignity, kindness and respect.
- We place the rights of our service users at the forefront of our philosophy of care and have a set of core values which we maintain throughout our organisation.
- We are committed to ensuring a high quality of care is delivered to all of our service users.
- Each person in our care is treated as an individual and placed at the centre of any assessment of needs.
- Services are individualised and we work closely with service users, their family, other agencies and professionals to ensure all the service user’s needs are met.
- We encourage service users to be aware of the aims and objectives of their care plan which reflects personal strengths and needs.
- Our systems and working practices are constantly reviewed and monitored to ensure all changing needs are addressed.
- We assure our service users of privacy, confidentiality and respect their dignity at all times.
- We promote equality and oppose any kind of discrimination or abuse.
- We support individuals to exercise their right to dignity, choice, equality, diversity, independence, respect and self worth.
- We encourage independence.
- We promote positive risk taking.