Community Support Workers
At Total Communication we have a fabulous team of community support workers, both Deaf and hearing, male and female, working across the South East.
We know how important continuity is for our clients. The strength and availability of our hardworking team makes that readily achievable. In addition, the composition of skills and experience in the team makes selecting the most suitable support worker for our clients that much easier.
Whether a person lives with their family or in a supported living environment we can provide day to day living support. Increasing independence, developing skills and improving quality of life is always our aim. Our 1:1 support programmes are key to the health, wellbeing and quality of life of the individual through goal setting and bespoke support plans.
Technology and Correspondence
Emails, texting and social media are all part of today's world and our lives. Often people with disabilities need nurturing and teaching on how to manage technology and its appropriate uses. Similarly the amount of post we seem to receive is growing! Working out what is important or not and what needs to be ignored or responded to is a skill in itself. We can educate and provide support in all respects.
At times in life we all need extra support. Moving house or to a new area can be bewildering without the added complexity of disability. We can support individuals through these periods of transition, working together to ascertain objectives and devise a realistic plan.
Managing a Personal Budget
Managing a personal budget can be a difficult task for some. Our support can be to either take responsibility for the budget or work with the individual to manage it effectively.
To talk to us about any of the information on this page, please contact us and ask for our Community Support Co-Ordinator, Marie Lyn. Furthermore, you can contact her directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download a digital copy of our Community Support leaflet below.