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Supported Living


We provide a unique approach to 1:1 solo supported living, 28 assessments provisions and 24hour Shared supported group provisions specialising in Autism, ADHD, ADD, Conduct Disorder, Dyspraxia, Self-harming, Sexualised Behaviours, CSE, Learning Difficulties, Mental Health Needs, Substance & Drug Abuse, PTSD, PD, Gang affiliation and County lines support.

All placed young people will have the right to their own licence agreements and to have exclusive access to their own flats/apartments or some part of the property in shared tenancies. Prior to turning 18 years they are registered into social housing and those willing to remain in our accommodations if they are eligible they have their own tenancy agreements signed to enable them to access housing benefits subject to eligibility.

At Rodor Housing young people are fully involved in the planning of their own support pathways. The actual support received will have the aim of supporting the individual to maintain and develop maximum levels of independence within their own home and community.

Rodor Housing and Support supported living is based on the principle that young people with complex social and offending behavioural needs should be able to live in their own home, with appropriate flexible support geared at specific needs, clear placement boundaries and succinct behaviour management.

Our supported living service places great emphasis on the positive aspect of solo and shared group living as a tool to facilitate, change, integration, develop and promote the highest level of safeguarding wherever possible. Young people are assessed and offered a placements in line with their risk management plans, group dynamic risk assessments and levels of needs.

Care is taken to ensure that group dynamics are conducive matches to enabling a friendly, safe and relaxing atmosphere and compatibility tools are used to achieve this outcome. Each young person will be fully involved in the planning of his/her own support pathway and behaviour management plans and their individualised personal development plan.

Our accommodations are adapted and equipped to meet the needs of young people and are maintained, decorated and furnished to a high standard. It is our belief that privacy and secure licensed agreement maximise and help promote independence.

Environmental factors will inform the effective care co-ordination process and if applicable environmental risk assessments which gather information and alter the plan accordingly including locality risk assessments.