East Grange Drive, Leeds
East Grange is a 24-hour staffed supported living service for those classed as having a delayed transfer of care (DToC) and are ready to be discharged from acute care in Leeds. It comprises of four self-contained, fully furnished flats located in South Leeds. It is intended as a short-to-medium-stay accommodation service which has throughput to help relieve pressure on Leeds-based acute wards.
Staff will work actively, collaboratively and positively alongside clients, carers and other professionals who form a part of an individual’s Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT).
The central aim of East Grange is to support all clients with their continued recovery post discharge, as well as working in conjunction with an existing housing plan to support move on into more permanent accommodation.
Initially, we will focus on supporting individuals with their transition from an acute setting back into the community. Living at East Grange is an opportunity for clients to work towards living more independently, with the safety net of 24-hour support. This will include:
To be referred the service user should:
To be referred the client should:
Referrals for the service can be made via the Accommodation Gateway Team and will be acknowledged within five working days.
After receiving a referral, we will be in touch to book an assessment as soon as possible. The aim of the assessment is to establish support needs and understand these from the client’s perspective. Areas of risk identified will be discussed directly during the assessment.
Assessments can take place both at the service or on the ward.
Following the assessment, we will let individuals know as soon as possible if they have been accepted and stay in touch to let the client know the next steps.
For further information about the service, please contact Beth Noel