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Aim Care

Aim Care supports adults, from the age of eighteen years upwards, with various types of disability: • Learning Disability • Autism Spectrum Disorder, including Asperger’s Syndrome • Mental Health needs • Dual Diagnosis • Acquired Brain Injury and specialises in support for challenging behaviour. Aim Care also offers a range of services, including nursing, to older people in their own home. Families and service-users are actively involved in the development of our services: individuals are encouraged to help with the recruitment of new members of staff, have choice as to who becomes their Key Workers, regularly attend reviews and can comment on the quality of the service, which is open for regular inspection. Our care team receives quality training and everyone is mentored on a one-to-one basis. We are a specialist domiciliary care service that is registered with the Care & Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW) and have recently been recognised as an Investor in People. We also belong to the Association for Supported Living (ASL), a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the continuous improvement of supported living services for people with learning disabilities.

Aim Care
Oak House, Groes Lwyd
Abergele
Conwy
LL22 7SU
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Aim Care Abergele Conwy CARE SERVICES

Aim Care supports adults, from the age of eighteen years upwards, with various types of disability: • Learning Disability • Autism Spectrum Disorder, including Asperger’s Syndrome • Mental Health needs • Dual Diagnosis • Acquired Brain Injury and specialises in support for challenging behaviour. Aim Care also offers a range of services, including nursing, to older people in their own home. Families and service-users are actively involved in the development of our services: individuals are encouraged to help with the recruitment of new members of staff, have choice as to who becomes their Key Workers, regularly attend reviews and can comment on the quality of the service, which is open for regular inspection. Our care team receives quality training and everyone is mentored on a one-to-one basis. We are a specialist domiciliary care service that is registered with the Care & Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW) and have recently been recognised as an Investor in People. We also belong to the Association for Supported Living (ASL), a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the continuous improvement of supported living services for people with learning disabilities.