Models of Care

Models of Care

A&A has worked with some of the most challenging and complex clients within it's origin county of Suffolk; clients who have remained stuck in hospital for long-term periods due to the challenging and violent nature of their behaviours and presentations, resulting in no providers willing to work with them; clients who have experienced multiple placement breakdowns and emergency placements.

A&A works with two models of care - Community Rehabilitation Transitional Living (CRTL) & Comunity Rehabilitation Supported Living (CRSL). These models are unique to A&A and one other organisation, for one simple reason - they were developed by A&A's founders. Utilising the 30+ years of experience of working within clinical and community settings, CRTL & CRSL were designed to take the most efficient and effective attributes of support and consolidate them into progressive models designed to be able to meet each individual's unique needs, promoting independence and re-enablement. Our models are designed to be able to provide more for clients, whilst offering an incredible saving to all funding parties and local authorities. In certain cases, we have provided LAs over 25% in savings, without compromising of quality of service.

Community Rehabiliation Transitional Living (CRTL)

CRTL is designed to work for individual who have experienced significant amounts of time within clinical, hospital and/or family environments. A more intense level of support, that is implemented to promote ones individuality, personal skills, and a greater understanding and experience of living independently within the community.

Community Rehabilitation Supported Living (CRSL)

CRSL is the natural progression we support our clients to move towards, after gaining greater skills in independent living and re-enablement. Although we understand each individual has their own capacity to live independently, our goal is to progress everyone to a point where the level of support they receive decreases, when and if appropriate.

Using these models of care, we have seen great successes, which we would be more than happy to share with you further