Mental Health support

We specialise in providing the care and support element without accomodation. Our mental health care and support is delivered based on our ” Behaviour Support Plan (BSP) that has a key focus on outcomes. Our care group range from children and young people (aged 13-17) as well as adults (18+) with a range of complex care and support needs or behaviour that can be found to be challenging.

We differentiate ourselves from the competition and guarantee that we will give the highest quality of care thanks to the combined expertise of our diverse staff. Our staff is comprised of medical and healthcare professionals with extensive experience.

We collaborate with local governments, case managers, clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), and private clients.

Supporting each person as an individual

Our clients are at the centre of everything we do. As we work in cooperation with them, we decide how to help each individual be as independent as possible in their own home and community. We also take into account what their families and any professionals who may be supporting them have to say. Each individual is supported by a support worker who is a specialist and has been trained to meet their unique needs. We do everything we can to make sure that our team members are a good fit for each other. This helps build trusting and positive relationships. Clients gain confidence quickly when they get tailored help from people they know and trust.

There is support available from a few hours a week to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including one-on-one help. In a lot of different ways, we help people to make their lives richer and more satisfying. Among these are the following:

  • Being part of the community
  • Cooking, cleaning, and going to the store.
  • Personal care
  • Helping with claims for benefits and managing them
  • Having access to fun and social things to do
  • Keeping in touch with family and friends while also making new connections
  • Getting people to live healthy lives.
  • Taking medication
  • Budgeting and managing money
  • Assistance with finding daytime activities, jobs, and volunteer work
  • It is easier for people to start living on their own.

We know that moving to a mental health support situation can feel overwhelming, so we carefully plan each transition so that it fits the needs of the person. We are committed to making it as easy and pleasant as possible for each new person to use our services.

For some, this means making the change slowly over a few months to ease their worries and make sure they are excited about the journey ahead. Throughout the process, our friendly and hard-working staff are there to help, give advice, and cheer you on.

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Mental Health Needs

Top Notch Mental Health Support Services offers residential and community-based support services for people with mental health issues. By putting rehabilitation first, we want to help individuals take charge of their lives, experience sustained independence, and believe in their potential.

We help individuals with mental health concerns in their own homes, while others need specialised support housing. Our programmes focus on a person’s rehabilitation, social integration, ability development, and personal growth to meet their unique needs.

To solve this problem, we provide a variety of services to fulfil diverse demands, such as:

  • Innovative support in a safe, loving environment
  • Independent living in a secure environment
  • Transition to supported living, community participation
  • Independent hospitals’ healthcare
  • Help with schooling and jobs.
  • Care pathway progression helps people attain their greatest potential.

Support from a multidisciplinary team

Mental health support can help you recover and lessen symptoms. Others can develop coping skills that improve their everyday lives with the right help. We can help attain these outcomes via care, support, and treatment.

Each person is supported by a skilled staff member with mental health experience. We employ person-centred care plans to ensure patients get enough help. Individuals are encouraged to engage in their plans and share their aims and desires.


We understand that having an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), including Asperger Syndrome, can make daily life difficult. We’ve come up with a number of innovative autism services to meet the needs of our customers and make their lives better.

Person-centered care plans enable the people we serve to comprehend the world and achieve their goals and objectives. For some, this means attending college to take courses, while for others, it means work placements and other day-to-day chances.

Our person-centered programmes are designed to help people with autism, from their secure, regulated, and familiar surroundings to their experienced and knowledgeable staff. We specialise in:

1.Transitional living and community outreach

2. Innovative aid in safe, caring places

3.Education and jobs.

4. Progress via a care pathway that maximises potential.

Our residential and community-based programmes are backed by staff with substantial autism experience. Positive Behavior Support specialists back each service.

We maintain tight links with GPs, medical staff, speech and language therapy teams, dieticians, social workers, opticians, and other experts due to our interdisciplinary approach to treatment. By forming tight working ties, everyone gets the assistance they need.

Learning Disabilities

Learning disabilities may make household activities and situations challenging for individuals and their families. We’re here for your present and future needs. We think everyone can have a wonderful life, regardless of age or ability.We offer residential and community-based programmes for learning-disabled people.

This helps us meet each person’s requirements and preferences. Person-centred planning is a part of our programmes that helps people learn how to live independently and reach their goals.


Our Approach to Support

Our trained and experienced staff members help individuals with learning disabilities. They’re devoted to improving people’s health and well-being and focused on outcomes.

Each of our services has a Positive Behaviour Support expert as well as GPs, medical people, speech and language therapy teams, dieticians, social workers, opticians, community psychiatric nurses, and other specialised jobs. These strong working partnerships help each person satisfy their needs.

Physical Disability Support

We support individuals with temporary, permanent, inherited, and acquired physical limitations. We have experience with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, amputation, MS, spina bifida, musculoskeletal injuries, and muscular dystrophy.

Physically disabled people often have learning problems, brain damage, mental health concerns, and other medical disorders. Our teams have dealt with people with complex requirements.

We offer services from a few hours per week to 24/7. Our strategies are always individualised for each individual and their loved ones, ensuring we understand their past struggles, present needs, and long-term ambitions.

All of this information allows us to customise our work so that the people we serve have happy, full lives and achieve their goals.

Our support plans adjust to shifting requirements and capacities. By encouraging others, we want to boost their confidence.

We have monthly feedback sessions with individuals, their loved ones, and care providers to discuss adjustments or adaptations to our services. We make sure everyone’s thoughts and requests are heard and that they’re updated on progress and triumphs.