Property we provide
We aim is to supply a range of quality housing for people with autistic spectrum conditions.
Our objective within these homes is to offer security, comfort and privacy within modern facilities.
Day care/education and support
We aim to provide suitable learning and work environments and accommodation that are bright, clean and safe to use.
Our objective is to work closely with local colleges and organisations that support people with autistic spectrum conditions and we will search and develop occupational work and employment.
We aim to supply a professional, supporting, sympathetic and well organised staff team throughout our organisation.
Our objective is to provide an environment that allows people with an autistic spectrum condition to explore their own race, sexuality and culture, values, religion and beliefs without judgement or fear and that people using our services should feel safe, secure and respected by all our staff.
We aim to provide opportunities that encourage people using our services to participate within their local community.
Our objective is to direct, motivate and train staff to work closely with each other, and each department within the organisation. This includes Day Care, Residential, Outreach Community Projects, Administration and Management Support Services. We also intend to provide a professional standard of education, occupation, social, recreational, travel to access primary health care services.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
We aim to protect all service users from any form of abuse.
Our objective is to follow the Local Authorities procedure of Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults which includes following clear reporting and recording procedures and providing regular training to staff.
Reviews and Communications
We aim not to allow our service to restrict development of each person living in our homes and for those who use our day services.
Our objective is to ensure that all services and systems adapt to the changing needs and growth of all people working and living under the authority of Autism Sussex. We hold independent reviews every six months, annual appraisals, and regular support for staff. We invite other organisations to monitor our work to ensure that it is a specific service for people with an autistic spectrum condition. This includes the importance of communication and daily structure.
Our aim is to achieve the five service accomplishments
- Dignity and respect
- Meaningful Activities
- Community Presence
Our objective is to explore ways to develop and maintain contact with integrated mainstream facilities that promote the same values as our own organisation. We seek to provide every opportunity for people living and learning in the Trust. This includes the right to vote, to make new friends and develop relationships, a life of their choice, as their needs or conditions will allow.