Our first resident moves into our latest community supported living project, Mill Street in Liverpool, for adults with acquired brain injury or neurological conditions.

Nicola Triggs, Service Manager tells us more.

“We are really excited to introduce our new Supported Living development in Mill Street, Liverpool. Mill Street is a brand new block of 13 one bedroom self-contained flats set over 4 floors; and is for adults who have an acquired brain injury or neurological conditions who wish to live in the community with bespoke person centred support. We have worked really closely with funders Liverpool City Council and Inclusion Housing who are the Landlord throughout this project and cannot wait to open!”

This new build accommodation consists of 13 self-contained one-bedroom apartments, designed over four floors with full lift access. There is a communal lounge and office facilities for tenants. The property is close to the vibrant city centre, public transport links, local shops, amenities and leisure and recreational facilities. The people living here will be tenants of Inclusion Housing Association and The Disabilities Trust will deliver individually tailored support packages of care. Whether moving from another supported living facility, transitioning from a residential service, or moving out of a family home, the Trust will help each individual every step of the way.

Everyone has different needs, so the amount of support we offer by our specialist support team will vary - some people will have 24-hour support, while others may need only a few hours of support a day. By listening to the people and families we support, we will shape a service that is as individual as they are, and we make sure each person is involved in their support plan as much as possible.

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