Welcome to Maranatha Supported Living. We offer tailor made support plans for individuals and families. Taking a holistic approach to people's health and wellbeing, we support people to give them control over their lives and to develop their skills.
We also enable them to engage with their local social groups after identifying their needs through encouragement and engaging other creative ways. We work hand in hand with local social service providers, linking workers to our service users, and with other local community groups and activities.
Contact us today to have a chat about Maranatha Supported Living, serving West and East Midlands, Nottinghamshire, Cheshire and expanding Nationwide.
Maranatha Supported Living's registration with CQC is underway. We will be governed by The Essential Standards of Quality and Safety (quality compliance system, QCS) as well as the Health and Social Care Act 2008. We pride ourselves in being devoted and equipped to offer Hope, Compassion and Support to help our clients develop in every sphere of life. Our supported accommodation in Walsall and the Midlands is tailor-made to individuals.
We offer support to people as they continue to live in their homes or in the homes we provide:
Our supported accommodation in Walsall and surrounding areas is tailored to the individual's need, whether it's in their own accommodation or the home we provide.
MSL is committed to deliver a high quality service which insures continuity. We will respect the differing needs of individuals without compromising there safety, personal needs and the welfare and safety of everyone involved.
Maranatha Supported Living's mission is to transform support recruitment by getting the right people into the right jobs, so staff are focused and motivated to improve quality of life for vulnerable people.
Maranatha Supported Living takes great care in recruiting, training and supervising our staff. All staff will have traceable references from previous employers and a satisfactory DBS check. Every new member of staff will be put through an induction process, which will involve attending basic classroom lectures on care.
The induction will also include shadowing senior staff in the field before anyone is allocated Service Users on their own. All new staff recruited will be required to complete a Care Certificate within 6 weeks of employment and will then be placed on an NVQ (now Diploma) course.
There is a strict criteria for all staff and the level of competence they should achieve within a reasonable timescale in order to start working on their own. To enable staff to support individuals to reach their full independence and have a good quality of life, we believe there is a minimum standard of training our staff should receive, detailed below.
Care/support worker training to the following levels:
Reach out to our care and support team, and to arrange supported accommodation in Walsall and the surrounding areas.