We provide services to assist with the following:
- personal care and support including medication management
- day-to-day tasks
- learning new skills and becoming more independent
- taking up education and employment opportunities
- becoming more involved in social activities in the local area
For more information about the services we offer across Scotland, download our Scotland brochure here.
Living Ambitions Glasgow area office provides services for the following areas: East Kilbride, Rutherglen, Paisley, Clydebank and Glasgow. Our services include: Learning Disabilities, Complex Needs, Neuro Rehabilitation & Acquired Brain Injury, Supported Living, Short Breaks & Respite, Mental Health, Outreach, Transitional Support, Active Days
Whether it’s a few hours support each week to 24/7 care and support, Living Ambitions Glasgow can create innovative personalised packages of support based around the person’s needs, the budget available and their individual goals.
Creating an environment of self-directed support
Our person centred approach places individuals at the centre of a local network of expert support which can include their family, carers, care managers and health and social care organisations and professionals. We enable the people we support to live an active and full life in their community by delivering services which meet their individual needs and aspirations.
Enabling every person to reach their full potential
We assist people with a range of needs to live independently and safely in their own home – supporting them to access the social, leisure, education, training, voluntary work and employment opportunities and activities open to all members of the community.
At the Glasgow area office we offer the highest standards of support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.
Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives.
The Glasgow office is an ideal stepping stone for young adults in transition from college or children’s services or individuals leaving hospital settings and can provide a pathway to the person having their own local supported living tenancy.
Local services include:
Complex needs including autism behaviours that challenge
Acquired brain injury
Short breaks & respite
Enquiries & referrals
Tel: 0141 556 3294
Where to find usTempleton House
62 Templeton Street