Welcome to a New Horizon
How we transform people's lives
At Horizon New Ltd supported living we believe that every individual is different, and every individual has a potential. Our priority to ensure that people enjoy an independent living doing the things they like doing in a safe environment and respectful community. We achieve this by working with the adult and their representatives to develop a support plan that reflects who the adult is and their aspirations. We support people set goals and support them achieve the goals. the adult will have a licence for their own room or self contained space in a shared accommodation, and receive support to maintain/develop life skills, enjoy leisure activities, do voluntary or paid work and claim right benefits. We also offer respite to give carers a break.
We are accredited by Bristol Local Authority to provide community supported living to adults and registered with CQC to provide regulated services.
- People benefits from living in normal home that’s has around the clock support from staff
- Own double sized bedroom with a television line
- Communal lounge, kitchen bathroom and toilet on each floor
- Free WIFI and telephone .
- Nice rear garden
We promote people’s independent and safe live by supporting them to identify risks and ways of managing the risk
We promote use of community resources and social networks to support people actively participate in community life
St Johns Lane in Bedminister
St Johns Lane is a normal home, located near Northern Slopes Redcatch and Victoria parks, Local shops in East Street and Asda and is a walking distance to Temple Meads and city centre.
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Meet Some of Our Staff
Niket is a mature and responsible worker
Working with various charitable organisations supporting under privileged young people develop themselves
Niket plays guitar, drums, piano at and yoga. Niket likes public speaking as well as English Niket speaks punjab and Urdu
Daisy is a friendly and people person,
Experience: Daisy worked in various projects including spending 2 weeks building 2 classrooms in a developing country in Africa. Daisy is currently working with young persons’ collective project, where young people meet and collaborate on community projects and develop their personal skills by engaging confidence building activities like photography, art and other activities
Daisy enjoys reading playing board games and hulahooping , going to cinema, festivals and gigs
Chloe has experience of working with people with different types of disabilities and age groups. Ranging from autism to ADHD, hearing impairment to a wheelchair user. Ages from 7-16 and adults as well as young people.
Chloe has skills in supporting people make decisions, follow their routines and in making people in groups feel included and empowered