At Real Life Options, we are committed to providing excellent social support and care. Utilising systems and processes, which are both agile and robust, we continue to meet the needs and aspirations of the people we support through our innovative, person-centred approach.
Working locally with the people we support, their families and wider support networks as well as nationally, in partnership with sector-leading bodies, we aim to ensure that the people we support have a real voice and control in their lives whilst promoting sustainable environments and embracing diversity.
‘Our Plan’ is the Real Life Options Group’s five year blueprint and strategic direction steering us towards 2022. Built on seven core themes underpinned by an ethos of safeguarding, it helps to provide a framework for innovation and agile working.
Our Plan is a live working document that utilises innovation groups as the forum for co-production and collaboration with individuals, families, professional services and staff teams. A key priority for our strategic plan is to have the right people in the right place, at the right time to create and deliver excellent frontline support.
Our strategic aims are to:
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As a person-centred and values-driven organisation, Real Life Options is fully committed to being socially and ethically responsible within our local communities and our workplace environments. As a provider of social care and support, our policies and working practices fully embrace choice, inclusivity and diversity. To access up to date copies of statements and reports relating to our legal and social responsibility, follow the links below.
Real Life Options works in partnership with other organisations to drive change in the health and social care sector. Together we promote best practice, support choice and champion the rights of people with learning disabilities and autism.
We aim to provide the very best service for every person we support by working in partnership with carers, families, local authorities, housing providers and health care professionals. By sharing our collective experience, together we can influence change and shape best practice. Our partner organisations include:
Fay from Glasgow
Connor, Volunteer West Lothian
A person we support from Bathgate
A person we support from Teesside
A staff member from Stockton-on-Tees