Supported Living

Some people might prefer not to live in residential care but find it difficult to cope at home. If this is the case there might be the possibility of being able to live in the community independently.

Supported living is an approach to housing and support for people with disability based on the fundamental belief that every person has a right to lead their own life, to determine where, how, with whom they live and who provides them with support.

This is known as supported living and can involve people living on their own or sharing with others. Support staff then support people in supported living settings with areas such as personal care, shopping, housework and medication (depending on each individuals assessed needs).

Supported living provides a good option for some people, offering flexibility and better value for money overall. Supported Living services are not regulated by the CQC, however, any personal care provided such as help with washing or preparing food or help eating meals is.

This sort of care is not delivered by a landlord / homeowner but by a registered provider such as Premier Care (Plymouth) Ltd



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