Turning Point Scotland North Lanarkshire is one of Turning Point Scotland’s newest services and has been designed to provide flexible support to a broad range of needs, either for a few hours a week or for more intensive support. It has no fixed model of support or limited to a particular type of support and can be tailored to the individual.
Based in Coatbridge, the service has been specifically created to offer whatever level or type of support is required to enable them to live as independently as possible.
As an organisation Turning Point Scotland has experience in working in the following areas:
- Physical and/or learning disabilities
- Autism and Asperger’s syndrome
- Acquired brain injury
- Early onset dementia
- Huntingdon’s disease
- Mental health conditions and/or
- personality disorders.
Some of the areas Turning Point Scotland can provide support with are everyday tasks in the home or with the daily routine such as paying bills, doing chores or attending appointments.
However the support on offer should also be able to assist with helping to improve the quality of life for example joining a community group, meeting friends and family, or trying new hobbies and activities.
By discussing your needs and requirements and drawing up a support plan, Turning Point Scotland’s North Lanarkshire service can help you get the most out of your support.
Turning Point Scotland makes services fit people. The type of support we provide depends on the needs of the individual.
No matter where you live or what your circumstances, Turning Point Scotland aims to provide a high level of support to suit your needs.
Our range of support includes:
- Housing support
- Care at home
- Residential care
- Crisis intervention
- Community rehabilitation
- Social enterprise
To find out more or to access our services contact 0800 652 3757 or use our enquiry form.