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Our mission is to provide high quality and coordinated services to all participants which is responsive, flexible and sensitive to their changing needs.   

We are a Sandwell based charity, which supports adults with learning disabilities and/or autism, by providing a range of services which include outreach provision, community hub based activities, drop-in sessions and accessing community activities.  We support our participants to increase their self-confidence, develop communication and social skills and ultimately increase their independence.

 

In September 2021 Options for Life successfully registered with CQC which means we have been able to widen our provision to deliver domiciliary care.

 

  • Options for Life was established in 1988 and is a day opportunity and domiciliary care service based in Sandwell, West Midlands, we provide professional person-centred care that is tailored to meet the individual needs of adults with learning disabilities and/or autism.  We provide the support through our day opportunity hubs, within local communities and in participants own homes.

 

  • We aim to provide support in ways which have positive outcomes for participants and promote their active participation.  Our staff are qualified and experienced as well as receiving continuous training.

 

  • We ensure that each participant’s needs and preferences are thoroughly assessed.  We aim to ensure that the support and care that we provide meets the assessed needs of each participant and needs are re-assessed as frequently as necessary and that our care and support has the flexibility to respond to changing needs or requirements.

 

  • We aim to provide a flexible, efficient, value for money quality domiciliary care and support service.

 

  • We aim to safeguard the privacy and confidentiality of participants, and to enable them to maintain their personal independence, have informed choice and an opportunity to enjoy and contribute to society.

 

  • Options for Life is non-discriminatory and serves all participants regardless of race, nationality, language, religion or beliefs, age, sex or sexual orientation, or social standing nor is there any discrimination made between participants who pay directly for the service and those who do not.  In the event of special needs and preferences of ethnic, cultural, and religious groups advice would be sought to enable Options for Life staff to meet those needs.

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