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Internal Services

As a local authority providing health and social care services, The Hull City Council is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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Hull Shared Lives Scheme

Shared Lives is a chance for people to share their home with an adult who needs support and may otherwise be in residential care or live in isolation. Those who become Shared Lives carers are carefully matched with the person they look after and receive full training and financial support. They also have access to the network of professionals behind

Shared Lives, who provide practical help and advice at every stage of the process

Hull Shared lives scheme supports adults with –

  • learning disabilities
  • mental health problems
  • other needs that make it harder for them to live on their own.

The schemes match someone who need care with an approved carer. The carer shares their family and community life, and gives care and support to the person with care needs.

Some people move in with their shared lives carer, while others are regular daytime visitors. Some combine daytime and overnight visits.

Hull Shared lives scheme are available offer an alternative to traditional kinds of care, such as Care homes

If you are interested in taking up Shared lives placement or are interested in becoming a shared lives carer, then you can contact the shared lives scheme by telephone on 01482 300 300.

Address:

Hull Shared Lives Scheme

Netherhall – The Bungalow

Wawne Road

Hull

HU7 4YG

Telephone: 01482 318 700

 

220 Preston Road

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220 Preston Road provides a service to nine adults with a learning disability or autism.

The house is located in a residential area in Hull and is divided into two separate but interconnected units. Each unit has its own bedrooms, communal rooms, garden and shower/bathrooms.

There are also shared facilities including offices and car parking

Address -

220 Preston Road

Kingston upon Hull

HU9 5HF

Telephone Number: 01482 706 988

 

Park View

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Park View is registered to provide care and accommodation for fifteen adults who have a learning disability, and who may also have physical needs.

The home is owned and managed by Hull City Council. It is located to the West of Hull city centre and has public transport access nearby

Address –

100-104 County Road North

Hull

HU5 4HL

Telephone: 01482 448 911

 

Pennine Resource Centre

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Pennine Resource Centre is registered to provide care and accommodation for 19 adults who have a learning or physical disability.

The home offers permanent placements to 13 people who have a learning disability and there are six respite bedrooms situated on the first floor for people who have a physical disability.

The home has several communal areas, private and accessible garden areas with car parking to the front of the building.

Pennine Way

North Bransholme

Hull

HU7 5EH

Telephone: 01482 839 311

 

The Supporting Independence Team


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The Supporting Independence Team is a Hull City Council care at home service providing active recovery support to people in their own homes. It aims to be enable people to live as part of their community, by meeting their needs and supporting their rights and entitlements.

It achieves this by working with people, with the view of setting and meeting of person specific goals and to support individuals to regain their independence where possible.

Where people are assessed as requiring long-term care, packages of support are sourced for them with private care at home providers.

The service is provided to –

  • adults aged 18 and above
  • older people
  • people who have had a mild to moderate stroke
  • people who needed end of life care
  • people with mental health problems (in partnership with the NHS),
  • people with physical disabilities
  • those with a mild learning disability
  • people who care for any of these groups of people.

The service also provides emergency support and out of hours night time support.

Address –

13 Thornton Court

Linnaeus Street

Hull

HU3 2PH

Telephone: 01482 612 680

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