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We work with local authority and NHS commissioners to build realistic and sustainable solutions to deliver outstanding care.
Moorview Care has an excellent track record of providing continuing care for people with complex, profound and multiple needs including learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs.
We work closely with people who chair Care & Treatment Reviews for NHS England, so we are constantly innovating and developing new service models to suit people leaving a hospital setting under the Transforming Care Agenda.
"Moorview Care have exceeded all expectations of what a provider of care and support can achieve, in fact they have re-defined the boundaries of what is possible"
NHS Commissioning, 2018
The majority of the care and support we provide is known as supported living, which focuses on supporting people to live in their own house, either on their own or with others.
In partnership with Alex Hogg Memorial Trust we provide highly personalised, safe, creative and fun environments where the people we support can develop their social, communication and life skills to enable them to live a more independent life including education and employment. We work base our support on taking positive risks to achieve positive outcomes.
We know it can be difficult for people moving into the community after leaving a hospital setting or an assessment and treatment unit.
We specialise in finding, buying and adapting the right accommodation in partnership with Alex Hogg Memorial Trust to provide safe and suitable housing.
We believe everyone has the right to choose a good home in their local community.
Moorview Care provides flexible support to people who generally have a mild learning disability and therefore need less support.These people usually live in their own home or with family members.
Our community-based flexible support is a bespoke and personalised service and as with all of our services we focus on positive outcomes.
Like all of the support we provide, it encourages independence, develops skills and enables people to live the life they choose.
We are lucky enough to be able to provide residential care at our wonderful newly-renovated care home, situated in the picturesque village of Robin Hood’s Bay near Whitby in North Yorkshire.
Most of our support is delivered through supported living services, but for some people this may not be an option. In this scenario our CQC-rated ‘Outstanding’ care home may be more appropriate to a person’s needs.
All of our support is personalised and the ethos of placing the individual at the centre of everything we do is the same, regardless of accommodation options.