Community Support Service (CSS)

Description

The service is registered with the Care Quality Commission who monitor, inspect and regulate Health and Social Care services. A link to this service’s most recent report can be found below.

The Community Support Service provides support to people living in the community, either in their own home or Supported Living. We provide flexible, responsive support to adults with a Learning Disability.

Our aim is to improve the quality of life of the people we support by enabling them to lead full and meaningful lives, to enhance their skills and live as independently as possible.

We’ll work alongside you to design a personalised support plan that meets your needs while you work towards achieving your goals and promoting your independence.

Our key principles;

  • Providing the right support at the right time
  • Providing Opportunities
  • Promoting Independence
  • Inclusion and participation
  • Enabling choice and control
  • Maintaining and Developing Daily Living Skills
  • Personalised support by skilled and trained staff

The main Supported Living Schemes we currently provide support to include:

  • The Ferns - A 24/7 Supported Living Scheme in Crowborough, East Sussex, for up to 15 tenants. Wealden Community Support provides the Care & Support to people living at The Ferns.
  • The Martins - A 24/7 Supported Living Scheme in Hailsham, East Sussex, for up to 4 tenants. Wealden Community Support provides the Care & Support to people living at The Martins.
  • Field Cottage - A 24/7 Supported Living Scheme in Ringmer, East Sussex for up to 6 tenants. Wealden Community Support provides the Care & Support to people living at Field Cottage.
  • Park Lane - A Supported living Scheme in Eastbourne, East Sussex, for up to 9 tenants. Wealden Community Support provide some of the Care and Support to people living at Park Lane. Please note support is not provided 24/7.

Service Details

Locations:
East Sussex
Organisation:
East Sussex County Council (Adult Social Care LD DPS)
Service Type:
Help at home and help to live independently
Primary Client Group:
People with a learning disability
Organisation Sector:
  • Local government
Accreditation Scheme Membership:
  • Care Quality Commission (CQC)

Accreditation Information

Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a non-departmental public body established to regulate and inspect health and social care services in England.

Their role is to check whether hospitals, care homes, GPs, dentists, and care services delivered in your home are meeting national standards.

This page was last updated on 15 March 2019

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Contact Details

Telephone:
01273 336 580
Email:
leah.phillips@eastsussex.gov.uk
Address:
1 Hawthylands Road, Hailsham, BN27 1EU