Les Amis’ Domiciliary Service provides home support for over 30 service users who have a learning disability, living within the local community and who require limited support to enable them to live independent lives.
The highly skilled domiciliary team provide bespoke support with everyday tasks such as budgeting, accessing work and meal preparation. The team are committed to maintaining and developing life skills and work in partnership with the service users they support; applying the Les Amis ethos of respect, choice, community presence, community participation and competence in all they do.
The Domiciliary Service ensures service users can continue to live within their local area, can continue to live how they choose, with whom they choose and without the need for overt intrusion into their homes.
Each service user is unique, Les Amis’ approach is person-centred and each package of care is unique to the service user that requires the support from the team.
Les Amis’ Operations Manager oversees the two Registered Managers of the Domiciliary Service, who in turn oversee over 20 support staff.