Trinity House Residential Service for Adults with a Learning Disability
Trinity House in Lockerbie is a 13 bed residential service supported by learning disability and mental health nurses, offering care and support in a structured and therapeutic environment. Trinity House includes a self-contained two-bed bungalow which is beneficial for those making the move towards more independent living.
Trinity House serves adults with a learning disability and complex needs including people who have additional mental health problems and behaviours that challenge services. There is good access to appropriate clinical and therapeutic specialist support to enable us to deliver creative, flexible and effective responses to individual need.
The people at Trinity House may be stepping down from hospital provision or may be people who need a more robust package of care than can be provided in supported living. They may also be people who are on a journey towards a place of their own.
At Trinity House we believe that everyone should be treated as a full and valued member of their community with the same rights as everyone else. Therefore, our focus is on the improvement of the health and well-being of service users, developing trusting relationships and attaining positive outcomes.
Service users are encouraged to identify and achieve their own personal aspirations using person centred thinking and approaches. The team at Trinity House are focussed on ensuring that service users are part of their local community and can access education, employment and other day opportunities to meet their needs. The service is located in a residential area with good access to public transport, local shops and amenities.
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