Philosophy of Care
The underpinning philosophy of Marantomark Limited is a simple one. We continuously strive to ensure we provide a service that enables and equips the individuals using our services to maintain or obtain the necessary skills under the umbrella of actively combining appropriate maintenance programmes, proactive rehabilitative and recovery, through person centred assessment, care programming, extensive therapeutic programmes and multi professional interagency collaboration.
We are passionate about treating service users with respect and offer people choices and assistance to gain a greater control and autonomy over their lives.
The focus of care is directed at increasing strengths, skills and knowledge for individuals, in order to maximise their potential for greater independence and quality of life. The Staff Team in our Care Centre’s also understand that the journey of recovery, healing and transformation is complex, and is different for each individual. Therefore, we provide extensive opportunities for the maintenance and development of skills, to equip service users to live as independently as possible, and to suit the type of community they will eventually live in.
Programmes of Care
Service users will benefit from working with our high calibre Staff team. In our Care Centre’s we believe that quality is imperative; therefore all staff are assisted to achieve NVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care as the basis of their future personal development, through individually assessed training programmes.
Our multi-disciplinary team consists of Clinical Psychologists, Cognitive Behavioural Therapists, Registered Nurses, Support Workers, Life Skills Staff, ancillary and administrative staff providing a skills base that exceeds the Care Quality Commissions requirements.
This ensures that all Service Users have input from appropriately qualified and experienced health professionals, support staff and therapists in their own bespoke package of care to fulfil their assessed needs.
The aim of our approach is to address:-
- Social skills
- Re-learning appropriate behaviours (Compensatory Recovery)
- Specialist therapy for loss, bereavement, grief, self-esteem and dealing with the past
- Personal hygiene
- Road Safety
- Health awareness and promotion
- Drug and Alcohol Issues
- Relationship awareness
- Anger Management
- Family relationships
- Spiritual and cultural needs
- Educational opportunities
- Literacy skills
This would then:-
- Identify short-term, medium-term and long-term personal goals that are achievable for the individual
- Provide a better quality of life, centred on maximum independence and partnership working with each individual
- Rebuild confidence
- Build living skills
- Increase insight
- Increase opportunities for entering into further education or employment
- Increase social participation
- Reduce stigmatisation
- Encourage appropriate engagement within the local community
The service and approach means more choice for service users along their care pathway as well as a specialist programme of high quality therapeutic care.