Policy 3000 – SERVICE USER GUIDECCT Community Enablement Team is registered by CQC to provide specialist domiciliary support to children, adults and older people with autistic, spectrum conditions, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, dementia and associated mental ill health / complex needs.
Meet the Team
Mrs Tracey Green BPhil Honours in Autism Education – Director / Nominated Individual
For CQC registration purposes, Tracey will be the Nominated Individual for the Company. This means that Tracey will be the owner of the Company and will take ultimate responsibility for the Community Support Service in the eyes of the law.
Tracey has over twenty years of experience within the sector, ten of those years being in care management. Tracey is fully aware of the current legislation and her responsibilities in this area and have years of experience managing a staff team and providing the required amount of supervision, support and training that will be required.
Tracey also has experience across a wide range of disabilities and the support and treatment required keeping service users safe and well. Consulting with multi disciplinary teams to best manage individual cases and working with a variety of professionals to deliver person centered care and wellbeing packages. In the last two years Tracey has been working with children and young people in their homes and within educational placements to provide consultancy and support with behavior management strategies and independent living skills.
April Parker – Registered Manager
The aim of the CCT Community Enablement Team is to deliver a first class, specialist service not only for individuals with a diagnosis of autistic spectrum condition but for all children and adults that require specialist support within the community who fit within the above named criteria.
The CCT Community Enablement Team provide:
- A specialist and unique community support service to increase the life choices of children, vulnerable adults and older people.
- A professional yet personal service to individuals and their families.
- A training centre for the CCT Community Enablement team to enable them to work and progress to best of their ability in the best interest of the child or adult they are supporting.
- A respected and valued staff and management base on which to grow
CCT Community Enablement Team will provide a specialist service within the community to its identified population. The service will be specialist because the staff will be trained to work with the service users as per their needs. There will be staff trained specifically to work with children and they will hold at least two years experience in this field. Equally there will be staff trained specifically to work with adults and they will hold at least two years experience in this area.
CCT Community Enablement Team will only agree contracts that suit the needs of the individual service user, promoting a minimum of a one hour call. This is because CET believe that anything less than one hour will not allow sufficient time for the service user to maintain their dignity and choice about the support they receive.
Working alongside the Consultancy & Training service it is hoped that this existing part of the business will enhance the quality of the Community Enablement Team by providing training to its staff in house to meet the needs of the service user group.