We believe that education and knowledge is a priceless tool for recovery. Our Service Users have access to the internet and staff members assist, where necessary, with viewing inspirational documents, videos and play educational games, inspirational discussions and peer support from people who have recovered and now living a fulfilled life.
We support Service Users to access professional help and air their concerns through the right channels. The external support is also sought from Community Hospitals, Doctors, Psychiatrists, Psychologists and other relevant Therapists.
We ensure that Service Users continue to take their prescribed medication and with the support of our staff members and eventually self-medicate safely. We discuss and monitor the benefits of the medication as well as the side effects.
We have incentives for each Service User to help them get closer to their goals towards their journey of recovery and celebrate all achievements by organising something they enjoy. The service users find this very exciting and look forward to planning how to celebrate these achievements.
We believe that in order to grow and thrive, sometimes Service Users are encouraged to safely accept new changes in their routine. As such we support, encourage and guide them through these everyday tasks, which we take for granted but are large hurdles for our Service Users.
All Service Users are encouraged to engage in activities of daily living such as preparation of meals, cooking, washing, setting and clearing the dining table as well as grocery shopping. All Service Users are supported to create their own routines with the support from their key workers. Staff team also monitor the service users closely to follow activities such as tidying their bedrooms, carrying out their laundry and attending to the personal care