How we support

Person centred charity

Our approach is based on being a person-centred charity. This means that we don’t do things for people, but instead work with them; supporting everyone differently.

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Start by agreeing a support plan, unique to the person. It’s about choice, and being there for someone as they make plans to achieve their hopes and dreams.

On any given day, we may support:

  • an older person with dementia to live independently in their own home.
  • a dad of young children to reduce his risk of eviction by understanding his responsibilities as a tenant.
  • a young family with respite care.
  • someone leaving a long-term hospital stay.

To find out more about how we support people with different needs, keep reading.

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Addiction

We offer community-based and recovery-focused services for people with addictions, enabling you to move-on from problem addictions to live and independent and fulfilled life.

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Autism

Each person’s experience of autism is unique. Our person-centred approach ensures that each person’s support is as unique as they are by providing the right support, at the right time, in the right way.

supporting dementia

Dementia

Each person’s experience of living with dementia is different. Our person-centred approach ensures we provide timely, skilled and well-coordinated supports from diagnosis to end of life to help achieve the outcomes that matter to each person.

homelessness

Homelessness

Everyone needs a safe, warm place to call ‘home’. Home is where we feel safe and secure. Home provides a sense of belonging. Home supports our physical and emotional health and wellbeing. Having a home is a basic human right.

isolation and loneliness

Isolation and loneliness

Our activities and supports are focused on supporting individuals and communities to flourish.

supporting learning difficulties

Learning disabilities

We focus on supporting healthy lives, maximising people’s choice and control, and increasing independence and active citizenship.

mental health

Mental health

We have been supporting people experiencing mental and emotional distress since 1998. Challenges with mental health have touched every life in our country but each person’s experience is different.

supporting older people

Older people

We offer community-based and person-centred support to older people to live an independent and fulfilled life at home and in their local community, for as long as possible.

physical disabilities

Physical disabilities

We focus on supporting people to live independently and to actively participate in life, based on their choices within their community.

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Respite

We offer community-based and person-centred support to carers living throughout Scotland.