Bedfordshire Supported Housing has 4 properties in Bedford, offering residents stable, high-quality support housing where they can live independently. We are an established provider of care services in Bedfordshire, and our person-centred approach helps residents to define their own goals, develop new skills, and build meaningful relationships.
The support housing we offer in Bedford is suited to residents who require a medium level of community-based support. It’s also appropriate as a step-down service for people who are leaving full-time residential care. We help our residents to develop the skills that will allow them to live independently and to integrate with the local community.
BSH carers deliver the care services, according to each resident’s individual care package. The hours allotted with vary from one resident to another, therefore. A free 24-hour on-call service is provided in each property and wardens are on site overnight to ensure the safety and security of residents, and the property.
BSH admissions are subject to a pre-admission assessment, which includes a risk assessment. A typical resident profile is:
The CQC oversees the social care support we provide for residents. It would normally include:
The non-profit organisation which provides our support housing offers the following support services to residents:
Referrals are made via local CMHTs and teams in secondary mental health and learning disability services. We have a simple referral form which can also be used by service users and carers.