We know the importance of understanding the personalities and preferences of the people that we support. When we design and put together a support package we feel it is essential to work closely with the people that know the person best (families and their support services).
Often this is the personâ€™s own family but can equally include carers, professionals and friends. The professionals we often work with when delivering autism specific services include Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists, GPâ€™s, Behavioural Specialists, Social Workers, Psychologists and Psychiatrists, District nurses, dieticians and community physiotherapists.
We feel it is important to recognise and make use of the unique skills that each and every person can bring as part of a team approach.
We are also aware that to understand the individual person we need to understand how the sensory world and their environment affects their wellbeing and happiness. This is a key part of our work in autism services.
"Passion Carers provided great patient care for my mother and father. Their caregivers really cared about my mother and father's well-being and displayed it on a daily basis."
- Richard Johnson.
"The carer has been the most effective, caring, in-charge, and excellent helper for my Aunt and has sustained these qualities over a longer period of time than any other helper.."
- Tom Felix
"We would like to thank Passion Carers for their continued support over the years in providing caring and conscientious staff enabling us to support our service users in their homes and community"
- Sarah Jones