What we do
Our hoarding support service focuses on supporting individuals to remain in their homes safely through us offering them person-centered support to manage the risks associated with hoarding or general neglect of the home environment.
How we deliver support
Person Centered Support.
In delivering interventions, we would undertake on-going risk assessments and regularly feedback to relevant professionals. Unlike ordinary cleaners, the knowledgeheld by our staff who have a health or social care background would promote seamless and effective interventions. At Ardent Care, we provide a, flexible, person-centred and relationship-based interventions, which are known to be most effective in promoting engagement and managing risks.
What We Offer
Our Interventions .
The interventions offered range from one-off interventions to short and long-term support to empower our service users to manage risks and remain in their homes.
The support is delivered by Professional Organisers that are supervised by Case Managers mostly who have previous experience as Social Workers, Nurses, and Occupational Therapists.
Where complex cases are identified, the Case Managers directly deliver the Interventions specific to the assessed needs.
Our interventions also aim to support Health and Social Care professionals in their care management and safeguarding duties.
We utilise coaching and motivational approaches to build therapeutic relationships and promote client engagement. Drawing on various motivational techniques, we are able to promote engagement and sustain change.
Our service does not only dwell on the issues of hoarding in isolation of other social circumstances consequently in delivering support we will support the individual to build their social capital and independence through signposting them for social activities or to any relevant organisations