Updated: May 31, 2018
Bridge to Care supports individuals with Autism and Asperger Syndrome from their own homes, in residential care settings and in the community. Each individual’s needs vary, some might require support with basic daily living skills, communication or social skills support and other individuals might just like a ‘break' or an alteration to their routine. In this case, Bridge to Care offers services to the individual and/or their family members.
Using a non-aversive and proactive philosophy, we support each individual using a person-centred approach. The level of service varies from minimal home supports, to a vast range of clinical care. Where the need is greater, we offer interventions such as; positive behaviour programmes, support care plans, sensory integration and full occupational therapy or psychological assessments.
At Bridge to Care, we feel it is paramount for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities to feel a sense of community inclusion. Every individual should be given the best opportunity to reap the benefits of community involvement. However, we understand the importance of safeguarding individuals with an Intellectual Disability and protecting their vulnerability. Our services ensure individuals are not segregated or isolated, helping each individual to strive forwards to fulfil their full potential in life.