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KeyRing - Supported Living Networks

Description

Looking to do more things for yourself, explore your skills or move into your own place? 

KeyRing can help you.

About KeyRing

We are a popular alternative to residential care, group living or floating support.  We offer a service that adapts to the needs of each Member (service user). 

We have services across the country that provide support to many different types of people including:

  • Older people
  • Young people transitioning into adult services
  • People who have a learning disability, mental health issues, physical and sensory disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, substance misuse problems or any combination of these. 

Our network model combines mutual support between Members, independence and choice, flexible support and community integration.

We can support you to continue living in your current home and either link you in with an established network of KeyRing Members, or build a network, around you.  

If you wish to move home, we can help you to move into an area where there is an established network of KeyRing Members.  

KeyRing staff would be based nearby and available to help according to your need. 

KeyRing in Sheffield

We have been working in Sheffield for the past 6 years and already have networks based around Low Edges and the Netherthorpe and Upperthorpe areas of the city.

Support is provided by a team of support workers and volunteers, and a Supported Living Manager oversees the team. The team provides support in a flexible way to meet your needs.

You will be able to access the support you need to live independently.  For example:

  • Housing and tenancy-related support tasks
  • Managing money/maximising benefits
  • Support into education or employment
  • Building mutual support networks with other Members
  • Support with social activities
  • Support with Direct Payments
  • Creating an Individual Support Plan
  • Support to find accommodation
  • Support with shopping, cooking & other household tasks
  • The opportunity to access group sessions from the local hubs
  • Signposting to other services 

The support provided by KeyRing can be one to one or as part of group sessions run at a community hub.

KeyRing is person centred

KeyRing support workers are trained in supporting people with many different needs and we have 25 years experience in delivering a person centred package of support. We would support you to be more independent in the areas you want by putting together an Individual Support Plan (ISP) with you.  This would identify your needs and interests.

Your KeyRing support worker will work together with you and focus on your existing skills and talents, to help you achieve the goals in your plan.  This will be done at a speed and level that is suited to you, whilst building, maintaining and maximising your independence.

KeyRing is flexible

KeyRing staff are able to work with you at times and levels that suit you. Please let us know what would work best for you. We offer a flexible service and are always willing to try something new. If it’s not working for you, we will review our approach, and try a different way.

If structure or routine is important to you we can build this in to your support plan and visits so you know what to expect and when.

If flexibility is what you need you can arrange your support at a time convenient to you, whenever that may be.

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Dawn Hague
Contact Position
Support Manager
Telephone
07977 019 407 Dawn Hague (Mon-Wed)
07976 316 224 Kath Heat Team Manager (Mon- Fri)
E-mail
dawn.hague@keyring.org
Website
keyring.org

Where to go

Notes

KeyRing support people in their own home, sharing or living with parents.  They can support people throughout the city.


When is it on?

Time / Date Details
Monday-Sunday
Days
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Inclusion Information

Wheelchair Access
No
Wheelchair access details
Services provided within a persons own home or within the community.
Cater for special dietary requirements
No
Supports special needs and disabilities
No
Able to accommodate other cultures/ethnicities
Yes
Culture/ethnicities accommodated
All

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£13.95 Per hour
Details
The package of membership is based on the members needs and can be discussed at a free initial assessment meeting.
Referral required
Yes
Age Range
18 years to

Miscellaneous

Charity Number
1054234

Last Updated
09/12/2019
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