Radis Community Care, a leading care provider, has launched its newest, bespoke supported living scheme in south Birmingham – its largest in the country.

Maypole House, which has 21 self-contained apartments, promotes independent living for those with a range of learning disabilities and mental health needs.

Residents are provided with a safe environment where they can access all of the equipment and support services they need, while still receiving tailored care and support 24/7.

The supported living service is close to local amenities with access to regular bus routes for tenants and offers assistive technology to maximise independent living.

Maypole House also has CCTV in shared corridors, providing an additional layer of security to residents and visitors.

Jayne Watkins, head of supported living services at Radis, said: “Radis’s ethos for supported living has always been to provide quality homes for the people we care for, enabling people to live independently with at-home support.

“We know this will be a welcome addition for the people of Birmingham and know that residents are starting to settle into their new homes.”

Sue, mother of Paul who has just moved into Maypole House, said: “The help we got from all the staff was exceptional, very friendly and put Paul at ease.

“As his mother it’s a great relief that he will be well looked after and supported.”

Radis provides care on an individual basis, and tailors each package of care, and is currently recruiting for a number of support worker roles throughout Birmingham.

If you’re interested in a rewarding career, please email: recruitment@radis.co.uk or call 0330 100 8181.

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