Tailored Support for Younger People

Our small, local teams can support young adults (18+) with special educational needs or disabilities.
Call us to discuss how we can support

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Helping younger people live their best lives

Our small, local teams can support young adults (18+) with special educational needs or disabilities.

Because the signature BelleVie monthly packages are tailored to your needs and aspirations, we also tailor the training our Wellbeing Support Workers receive. We have access to a network of experts who provide additional training in specialist areas as required.

Outcomes

When working with younger people, we encourage independence and offer just enough support to achieve your goals. Because we recruit for values, we have a broad range of different backgrounds and skills in our teams, which can be utilised to support you. We will always try to match your interests with the Wellbeing Support Workers, to help build strong relationships.

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Steps Towards Employment

  • CV writing
  • Searching for employment opportunities
  • Organising volunteering opportunities
  • Interview and travel preparation
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College & University

  • Assisting you to attend lectures
  • Everyday household tasks
  • Social activities
  • Food and nutrition while studying
  • Organisational skills
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Social Life

  • Community inclusion
  • Maintaining friendships
  • Activities and trips
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Physical & Mental Health

  • Food and nutrition
  • Staying fit and healthy
  • Reassurance and guidance
  • Life admin/organisation

How we can help

We can support with the areas listed below:

  • Autism
  • Brain injury
  • ME
  • MS
  • Mental health

This is not an exhaustive list, and we understand each person’s needs are unique. We have teams supporting people in Oxfordshire, County Durham, and Tyne and Wear. If you’re in Oxfordshire please contact us on 01235 355 570 to discuss how we can help you. If you’re in County Durham or Tyne and Wear, please contact us on 0191 313 0189.
 

Booking a free consultation is easy!

Step 1

Enquiry

Get in touch with us via email, phone or fill in the contact form to request a phone or video call back.

Step 2

Initial conversation

We visit you in your home to understand your needs and to find out what really matters to you. Together we will discuss and plan how we can best support you.

Step 3

Support plan created, care starts

Following the initial conversation, we will send you a monthly pricing package based on your needs. If you decide to go ahead, our Trusted Assessor will create a person-centre care and support plan and our Wellbeing Support Workers will start visiting.

Book your free consultation

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