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Where we have Registered and Supported Services

We have Registered and Supported Living services in the Berkshire and Buckinghamshire areas.

What is Registered Care and Supported Living?

 

Registered Care: This is when a person lives in a Registered Care Home which is run and managed by a care provider, they are responsible for all aspects of the person's daily needs and well-being. If care is provided together with accommodation then it is a Registered Care Home.

Supported Living: This enables adults with disabilities to live in their own home with the help they need to be independent. The care and support provider is often a seperate organisation to the landlord. 

 

Please click the links below for information on our services or contact us direct by ringing 0300 123 1567 or by emailing radiandirect@radian.co.uk.

 

Buckinghamshire Supported Living Buckinghamshire Registered Care
   
Flats icon Aplin Road House icon Ashley Drive
House icon Candlemas Mead House icon The Crossings
House icon Cressex Road House icon Oakmead
House icon The Roses House icon The Old Forge
House icon The Trees House icon Saxby
Flats icon Grove Gardens Flats House icon Drayton Road
House icon Grove Gardens Studios  
House icon Hill View  
House icon Rosemont  
House icon Seagrave  
House icon Verney Road  
House icon Waterside  
House icon West Wycombe Road  

 

 

Berkshire Supported Living Berkshire Registered Care
   
House icon Arch House House icon Mokattam
House icon Ariadni  
House icon Aysgarth  
House icon Calcott  
House icon Cambridge Road  
House icon College Road 223  
House icon College Road 234  
Flats icon Garrick House  
House icon Lily Hill  
House icon Meadow Way  
House icon Oaktree Corner  
House icon Pennyfields  
House icon Pollardrow  
House icon 8 Portman (information coming soon)  
House icon 9 Portman (information coming soon)  
House icon Sherwood Road  
House icon Queenswood Road  

 

Buckinghamshire 24 hour live in support
 
House icon Meredith Drive
House icon Sun Cresent
House icon Anson Close (information coming soon)
House icon Torridge Road
House icon Phoebes Orchard

 

 

 


 

 

 

About Radian Support

Your life, your choice, your way

Radian Support is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting adults in Southern and Central England with individual needs, such as learning disabilities, autism, mental health and other related needs, to lead fulfilling and independent lives.

Part of the larger Radian Group, we are large enough to offer value for money, but small enough to retain a personal and flexible service.

Quality is at the heart of our business and Radian Support has a reputation for high quality. All our activity is underpinned by a robust continuous improvement plan incorporating people's views.  Our services offer peace of mind for individuals, commissioners, relatives, families and carers alike. 

Renowned for its staff expertise and people focus, and with strong embedded values, Radian Support can deliver the most complex, individual support services.This is why Radian Support has 'preferred provider' status with many Social Services departments, and takes an active part in Support and Care strategy across the Southern and Central regions.

Our values are:

  • Choice
  • Opportunity
  • Trust

Click here for our Carers Charter 

Registered office: Radian Support Ltd, Parkside House, 33-39 Sheet Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1BY

Registered Society No. 27209R

Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority

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Radian Support's Management

Senior Management

Photo of Gina Small, Director of Radian SupportGina Small, Director of Radian Support

Gina has been working in health and social care for the past 30 years, starting as a nurse in her native Glasgow, before moving south in 1986 and working across a range of services in both an operational and commissioning role.  She has always had a passion in developing projects and services which recognise the rights and needs of people with disabilities and which seek to make a real, positive difference in their lives.

Tel:  01753 747358          
E-mail: gina.small@radiansupport.org.uk

 

Photo of Jason Gregory, Head of Development and PerformanceJason Gregory, Head of Development and Performance

Jason joined us in May 2012 as Interim Regional Manager and is really excited about the opportunities to develop our services, particularly our care attendant schemes (CAS) and making our telecare offer an integral part of our care service.

His responsibilities include strategic leadership of our Hampshire services – CAS Petersfield, Portsmouth Supported Living, Lifelink and our new Winchester Extra Care Service, as well as CAS Berkshire.

A relatively recent convert to the social care world, Jason's background is mainly commercial beginning his working life as an investment banker and subsequently spending several years in retail operations for organisations such as Pizza Hut and JD Wetherspoons.

There came a point in his life when pizza – although very tasty - just wasn't enough so he joined Turning Point as Regional Manager for learning disabilities services and was Assistant Director for Substance Misuse and Young People's services.

Jason loves working in social care, and feels privileged to come to work and contribute to providing quality services for the people we support.

Tel: 01753 747368

E-mail: jason.gregory@radiansupport.org.uk

Joanne AxtonJo Axton, Head of Operations

Jo joined Radian in July 2015 as an interim Locality Manager supporting managers and services in the Maidenhead area, but was happy to be appointed Head of Operations in November 2015.

Jo’s Career was set on a path of accounts and figures before a big change of direction and taking the role as a support worker in a children’s service for complex needs and challenging behaviour. Within the company Jo gained a lot of experience and developed herself through the ranks to LAC homes manager. Jo then decided that her passion was to ensure the delivery of excellent support to develop individuals independence, there she went on the work for adult provider’s and trouble shooting CQC failures, supporting business changes and structure to ensure the best delivery of support possible.

Prior to working for Radian Support, Jo was solely responsible for a small care company within a letting company that required structure changes, mentoring and management and improved cash income turnover by 150%.

Jo has vast experience in Business development in the care and support industry, clinical delivery to specialist services and compliance and has a real passion to be the best she can be.

Tel: 01753 747368

E-mail: jo.axton@radiansupport.org.uk

 

Radian at Home

We are a local specialist homecare service

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100% customer satisfaction.

We can offer you the support you need to live independently and with dignity. Here are some of the services that our fully trained carers can provide to you:

  • Preparation of meals
 
  • Assistance with your medication (under guidance)
  • Personal care
 
  • Assisting you to maintain your personal hygiene, including bathing/showering
  • Shopping
 
  • Helping in and out of bed and/or wheelchair, with hoist if necessary
  • Domestic tasks
 
  • Assistance with toileting
  • Care of pressure areas
 
  • A sitting service

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The care you deserve and want

We match our carers to you. This helps us to make sure that you are happy with the service you receive, as shown by our latest customer survey.

What our customers say:

  • 93% said the quality of care they were receiving was very good or excellent.
  • 90% of our carers received a rating of very good or excellent when the issue of safety and comfort was discussed with our customers.
  • 93% of our customers would recommend Radian at Home to friends and family

Source: Radian at Home customer survey

We all want to live independently. Sometimes we need a little help.

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"With support from Radian at Home I have the confidence and peace of mind to continue living at home"
Mrs M. Petersfield

 

Respect, dignity, safety and friendship

All of our professionally trained carers are CRB checked to an enhanced level and we ensure that the care they provide to you is of the highest standard.

"Our children love the fact that they know we are safe and well looked after, we love living at home."

 

Case Study

Pamela and the "godmothers of caring"

Radian Support has been providing excellent care and support in the community for over 20 years. We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). A recent assessment by the CQC, of our Radian at Home services, was very positive. This assessment reviewed quality of care and business processes.

 

Contact us

Click here to arrange a call back or email us on info@radiansupport.co.uk

 

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Support for people with autism

At Radian Support we believe that each person is unique. So we will spend time with you to understand how Autism affects you and how we can work with you to achieve what's important to you in your life.

We will make sure that people who support you have training on Autism and that they work well with you in the way you want. We will ask you, and those important to you, if your support is working for you and meets your own needs across the Autism spectrum.

Case studies to read or watch:

pdf Understanding individual needs - Ross's story

 pdf MARES - how learning to ride has helped Adam and Ross 

Everyone is different but some important ways we can support you are:

  • Home – developing a structure and routine that helps makes sense of your environment and feels comfortable
  • Out and About – managing and responding in social situations, understanding and managing social rules such as waiting
  • Other people – thinking about other people's points of view, helpful behaviour in relationships
  • Communication – developing more effective communication and understanding how you and other people communicate
  • Your senses – experiencing and understanding the world through the senses. You may experience greater or reduced sensory awareness
  • For a few hours a week or for 24 hours a day

We will agree your support with you in the way that works best for you. This could be directly with you, your family or advocates through your individual budget, independent living fund and direct payment. We can also agree your support directly with your family if they act as your appointee and support brokers. We can agree your support with your local authority.

Information sheets to download:

pdf  Supporting people with learning disabilities

pdf  Our approach to personalisation - your life, your choice, your way

pdf  Carers Charter: Delivering person-centred, responsive and flexible services

pdf  Voluntary Organisations Disability Group - Top Ten tips when choosing a support provider

Useful links

We've created a list of handy links with the help of the Radian Disability Forum. The links cover many topics from travel to money, health to council information...plus more! Click here to visit the useful links.

 

Support for people with learning disabilities

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At Radian Support what we do is all about you. If you're looking for support we will spend time with you finding out what’s important and how we can support you to achieve the life you want.

Photograph of the Reading FC VisitWe will listen to you and those important to you to make sure that the way we support you, and the people who support you are right for you. We will carry on listening and responding to what you tell us so that the way we work with you continues to suit you as your needs or wishes change.

We can support you in many different ways. Just some of these are:

  • Home – personal care, meals, medication, money
  • Personal Development – communication, support with emotions or behaviour
  • Out and about – shopping, appointments, banking, travelling, staying safe
  • Leisure – sport and exercise, hobbies e.g. football matches, concerts, cinema, bowling
  • Voluntary work or employment
  • For a few hours a week or for 24 hours a day

We will agree your support with you in the way that works best for you. This could be directly with you, your family or advocates through your personal budget, independent living fund and direct payment. We can also agree your support directly with your family if they act as your appointee and support brokers. We can agree your support with your local authority.

Case studies to watch and download:

pdf Home for good - Anthony's story 

pdf Independence - Barry's story

Information sheets to download:

pdf  Supporting people with learning disabilities

pdf  Our approach to personalisation - your life, your choice, your way

pdf  Carers Charter: Delivering person-centred, responsive and flexible services

pdf  Voluntary Organisations Disability Group - Top Ten tips when choosing a support provider

Driving Up Quality (DUQ)

A Code of best practice has been developed by the Driving Up Quality Alliance as a way of care providers pledging a commitment to those people being supported. As a provider of care to people with learning disabilities, Radian Support have signed-up to the Code and provided a self-assessment. Click to find out more...

Useful links

We've created a list of handy links with the help of the Radian Disability Forum. The links cover many topics from travel to money, health to council information...plus more! Click here to visit the useful links.