Wirral Independent Living Services is an accredited provider with the Department of Adult Social Services. We are a well-established company that has been operating for 16 years. We ensure that our highly skilled and trained staff have the right tools and mindset to provide the best support possible.
Person-centred is a term that is banded around a lot these days, we pride ourselves on giving control and autonomy to our service users, building upon existing skills to gain independence and ultimately lead a better quality of life.
Through the years have allowed us to branch out into different areas of mental health problems, learning disabilities and both physical and mental impairments. We have established good relationships with external agencies such as the local authority, community mental health teams and those working in the Health sector. Here at WILS we believe that multi-agency working is imperative in providing all the resources our service users need to reach the outcomes they wish to achieve.
Whatever the reason for visiting us, we hope that the information on our website satisfies your needs. You will find information about our organisation, services, accommodation & links to other relevant websites.
In addition, we hope that you will take away an understanding of the work that we do with our service users. If you would like any additional information about us or the services we provide please feel free to contact us.
To enable and empower service users to move towards independence
To provide an excellent standard of support which is inclusive and supports people to lead 'ordinary' lives
Provide a person centered support programme
For service users to make positive choices and lead a happy, healthy and fulfilled lifestyle.
To empower service users to make informed choices and exercise as much control as possible, to identify and address needs and actively seek to manage risk which does not restrict them or is risk averse.
By working to an individual plan of support that has been agreed with the service user.
By having risk assessments in place which are regularly reviewed and cover positive risk taking.
By treating all service users with dignity and respect.
By supporting service users to access all community and health related services which are available to them.
By ensuring all support delivered is provided by trained and competent staff who uphold the Code of Conduct for Healthcare Support workers.