At Impressions Care Solutions, we take great pride in our role as a respected care provider, offering comprehensive support to individuals facing complex care needs such as learning disabilities, autism, and mental health challenges. Supported living is at the heart of our approach, providing personalized housing and support that empowers people to live independently within their communities.

Unlike traditional residential care settings, supported living prioritizes autonomy, choice, and inclusion. We believe in helping individuals lead meaningful lives on their own terms. Our supported living services are designed to promote independence, foster social connections, and facilitate personal growth.

We work closely with each person to develop a personalized support plan, which we regularly review together with them, and the key people involved in their life. This collaborative approach ensures that our support remains tailored to each individual’s preferences and needs.

Our Care Homes Support Clients with

Learning disabilities and Autism
Behaviours that Challenge
Complex Care
Mental Health

Support for Individuals with Profound or Moderate Learning Disabilities

At Impressions Care Solutions, we are committed to ensuring that individuals with autism or a learning disability receive the support they need to live according to their preferences and choices. Our approach to service planning and delivery is centred around meeting the diverse needs of individuals and empowering them to lead fulfilling lives.

Key Elements of Our Service Planning and Delivery Include:
  • Facilitating person-centred planning to tailor support to individual needs and preferences.
  • Addressing the needs of individuals across different age groups, ensuring age-appropriate and relevant support.
  • Considering future housing and employment support needs to promote long-term stability and independence.
  • Collaborating with service users, families, and care providers to co-produce support plans that reflect individual goals and aspirations.
  • Maintaining a skilled and knowledgeable workforce equipped to provide high-quality care and support.
Autism Services for Individuals with Complex Autism:

Autism is a lifelong developmental disability characterized by unique challenges in social interaction and communication. At Impressions Care Solutions, we recognize the complexity of autism and its potential co-occurrence with other disabilities, requiring tailored and specialized support approaches.

Understanding Complex Autism:

While some individuals may solely experience autism, others may face additional challenges, including learning or physical disabilities, and mental or physical health issues.

Empowering Individuals to Thrive:

We believe in the potential of every individual we support and are committed to helping them lead fulfilling lives. Our approach to supporting individuals with complex autism is rooted in belief, ambition, and specialized insights into behaviour support.

Partnership Approach:

We work closely with commissioners and families to establish personalized goals, assemble dedicated support teams, and secure suitable housing options. Our ultimate goal is to empower the individuals we support to live meaningful lives and thrive in their communities.

Supporting Individuals with Behaviours that challenge

At Impressions Care Solutions, we understand the complexities involved in supporting individuals with behaviours that challenge. These behaviours, ranging from self-harm to verbal or physical aggression, can greatly impact community inclusion and overall well-being.

Our approach is rooted in compassion and tailored support. We delve into the underlying causes of distress, which often include communication barriers, sensory issues, anxiety, or medical conditions. By understanding these triggers, we can develop personalized support plans in collaboration with family members or trusted individuals.

Our dedicated Positive Behaviour Support team is skilled in identifying root causes and implementing structured changes to the environment. Through teaching techniques and empowering individuals to make choices, we strive to reduce distressing behaviours and enhance quality of life.

We’ve witnessed remarkable transformations where individuals transition from needing intensive support to leading more independent lives. This not only benefits the individual but also allows resources to be redirected towards enriching experiences.

At Impressions Care Solutions, we’re committed to providing compassionate and effective support to individuals facing challenging behaviours, helping them thrive and achieve their fullest potential.

Associated conditions for learning disability

Down syndrome

Down syndrome, also called Down’s syndrome, is a genetic condition that often comes with different levels of learning challenges. While everyone with Down syndrome faces some learning difficulties, these can vary a lot from person to person.

Kids with Down syndrome might take longer to learn certain things compared to other kids. And as they grow up, they might still need help with different parts of their lives.

Just like with other conditions linked to learning challenges, each person with Down syndrome is different. With the right help and chances, they can live happy lives.

People with Down syndrome usually have certain physical features. Some might also have health problems like heart issues or trouble with their eyes and ears. But not everyone with Down syndrome will have these health issues.

Autism and Asperger’s syndrome

Autism is also known as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It affects how people interact with others, communicate, and understand the world around them.

Asperger’s syndrome is a type of autism where people see, hear, and feel things differently. They usually don’t have a learning disability, but they might have trouble with certain things like learning or feeling anxious.

Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) is another kind of autism that can make it hard for people to communicate and connect with others. People with PDA might also have trouble learning, but their main struggle is avoiding everyday tasks and expectations because they feel anxious and need to be in control.

Williams syndrome

What is Williams syndrome? Williams syndrome is a rare genetic condition. Williams syndrome doesn’t get passed from parents to kids.

Williams syndrome affects everyone in different ways, but many people will have a learning disability. If a child has Williams syndrome, they might take longer to learn how to walk, talk, and do social things.

People with Williams syndrome might look a bit different, like having a wide mouth and spaced-out teeth. They might have health problems like feeling anxious or sad. People with Williams syndrome are often very chatty and friendly.

Global development delay and learning disability.

Global developmental delay (GDD) is a term used to describe a situation where a child lags behind their peers in reaching various developmental milestones. These milestones encompass fundamental skills like walking, talking, mastering movement, acquiring new knowledge, and engaging socially and emotionally. While some children manage to catch up swiftly with additional support, others may require ongoing assistance for an extended period. This prolonged need for support may indicate the presence of a learning disability.

Mental Health

At Impressions Care Solutions, we deeply understand that each Service User’s journey to recovery is unique, and it progresses at its own pace. That’s why we offer a diverse range of care packages tailored to meet individual needs. Our aim is to support Service Users as they transition from hospitals or residential care homes to living independently in their own homes.

We’re committed to providing the right level of support at every step of the way, ensuring comfort, security, and a smooth transition towards independent living.

Impressions Care is has experience in supporting Service Users in Supported Living homes and in the community.


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