Supported living is the provision of support to people living in their own homes within the community to enable them to live as independently as possible and to maintain their tenancies. At Selborne Care we work hard to promote independence so that support can gradually reduce as the service users become more capable of managing on their own. Selborne Care respects the fact that each person is an individual and will assist in the preparation of a Person Centred Plan and thereafter in providing support, will monitor the outcomes achieved from the plan. Service users who need personal care can also be accommodated within Selborne Care’s supported living service using our Domiciliary Care Service. Packages of care can be funded by a variety of means such as Social Services, Health or Direct Payments / Individual Budgets.

Kevin Taylor – Operations Manager West Midlands

Is an RMN, having trained at Broadmoor Hospital from 1982. He has worked in a variety of clinical settings including Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Autism, Adolescents, Rehabilitation, and Female Services, some of whom had a forensic history. Obtaining a Teaching Certificate, he believes training is the guiding principle in the search for quality. He holds additional qualifications in management and counselling. He has been involved in the Management of Aggression and Violence training since 1984 and delivered workshops / seminars at the Nursing Times Conference (Earls Court) 1998, Naidex Conference (NEC) 1999, Community Care Magazine (Manchester / Bristol) 1999. Kevin has vast experience of management in Public and Independent Healthcare sectors. He presently holds the position of Operations Manager, having day to day responsibility for the general management of four locations covering Domiciliary Care / Supported Living and Care with Accommodation.