Mountbatton Care Services
Making a difference
We’ve been making life better for people for twenty years and we operate many single Supported Living houses, giving people with learning difficulties, mental health issues, autism, acquired brain injuries who may often present with complex and challenging support needs the ability and confidence to build their independence with the appropriate level of support and care to settle them into the community. Tenancies are offered on an assured basis which affords the residents improved rights and safety.
Tenants of all genders are welcome and a wide range of needs. Support and care is provided on an individual level with the person-Behavioural support plan agreed following comprehensive assessment with the participation of the individual, MDT members and family & friends. Our experienced staff teams encourage individuality and community inclusion. College options, work and social activities are encouraged and supported by their staff team, both by the development of an individual’s abilities and strengths interests and likes and dislikes.
The care/support delivered is regulated by CQC in line with the Essential Standards of Quality and Safety. All senior management warrant that the quality-of-service delivery is sustained. A 24 hour ‘on call’ system is in place to offer staff at all levels additional support and guidance when required. Mountbatton also offers Domiciliary Care within the Sefton and Liverpool areas.
Twenty years ago we set out to provide an exceptional unrivalled level of domiciliary care and supported living for individuals with complex needs. Our reputation amongst professionals across the North West and the numerous testimonials from families are proof we’re succeeding. We provide care through an outstanding team of dedicated staff genuinely committed to help individuals reach their potential and enjoy fulfilling lives.
We help those stepping down from secure care environment and provide them with the one to one or two to one support needed in order to fully integrate into the community.
The principles of Mountbatton Care are:
To provide reliable professional care to the highest standards at all times. To tailor the service user’s support packages (including a person-centred plan) to the needs of the individual. To acknowledge the service user’s privacy, dignity and independence at all times.
- To promote the service user’s self-esteem and help the service user maximise their independence and physical well-being.
- To actively involve the service user and their families and carers in the decision-making processes, in order to meet their individual needs.
- Place the service user at the centre of care planning.
- To ensure the service user’s personal safety and the safety and security of their property.
- Where necessary, assist in the co-ordination of other care providers to achieve the above aims
Positive Behavioral Plans (PBS)
Carers will preserve and maintain the dignity, individuality and privacy of all Service Users and will be sensitive to the Service Users ever changing needs and requirements.
Service Users will be encouraged and enabled to participate in the development of their individualised person-Centred Plans in which the involvement of family and friends will be welcomed and valued.
All Care Staff will be appropriately qualified to deliver the highest standards of care. A continuous staff-training programme is implemented to ensure that these high standards are maintained in line with the latest developments in Care Practices.
Working for us
A career with Mountbatton is rewarding in many other ways than simply the higher-than-average care sector pay. Because we work in the specialist Forensic of care careers with us stretch people professionally. We attract committed and ambitious care workers keen to learn from a top team that really is at the top of the profession. Were always interested to hear from support workers and carers looking for the next stage in their career. Previous experience will always be an advantage but we’re also interested in those without it who neverthertheless have the drive and determination to succeed. You’ll need an NVQ2 or above, excellent communication skills and demonstrate initiative responsibility and commitment. You can download an application form here.
For general enquiries please contact us through the form and a member of our team will get in touch. You can also get in touch directly: firstname.lastname@example.org Please do not send sensitive information within the below form. If you have any questions or worries please contact us directly.