The purpose of floating support is to provide a safety net to residents who know that someone is there for them if they need help with any aspect of their lives. The knowledge that this support is available helps residents to keep well for longer, enabling them to sustain employment and play a role within their local community should they wish (or be able) to do so.
Floating support is provided by Crossways' fully trained, qualified and experienced support workers who help residents with laundry, food shopping and reading and/or filling in paperwork, depending on what's needed. They'll also phone regularly to keep in touch and/or call in for a coffee and a chat.
Each resident has a support plan which is specifically tailored to their needs, although this is fully flexible and can adapt to meet changing requirements.
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