At St.Michael's Support Limited (StMSLtd), we provide specialist care, based on individualised needs, by working in partnership with local and national organisations such as CQC, CCG’s, NHS trust, GP's and Local Authorities. We provide support for the age group of 18 years and above, for the service users under the category of Mental Health, Learning Disability and Personal Care.
We will aim to develop, maintain and improve a culture of professionalism, fostered in the organisation; which enables our staff to work towards better service delivery, personal and career development. We therefore assist our staff to identify their training needs and provide the resources to enable them to meet those needs. Hence staff are supported appropriately, to the best possible level.
We aim to equip our service users with the knowledge, skills and abilities, to take fuller control of their lives to an optimum level, thus to enable them to live a life as independent as possible. Our clients through their skills will be able to exploit the opportunities created for them by St.Michael’s Support Limited.
We have sound principles for the way we run our service. Central to these is our belief that the rights of service users are paramount and their wishes and aspirations should inform and shape service delivery. Therefore, our mission is based on the principle of "treating others, the same as one would like to be treated", whilst recognising that all service users have potential to control the services they receive. This encompasses the underpinning principle of service delivery by a highly skilled and dedicated staff team.
St. Michael’s Support Limited values each service user as an individual and recognise its potential and human rights by the way our services are provided to them. The following principles are fundamental to our organisation's work with our service users.