Independent Living Services

At Complete Independence, we are passionate about promoting and ensuring that deaf, disabled and elderly people can have full access to all services they need, feel like valued members of their community and are able to live Independently.

Our support workers aim to provide a flexible, bespoke service and empower you to live independently and avoid isolation in your day-to-day life.

Our services can support you within but are not limited to:

Mental health support

Helping you in managing and building positive mental health practices that you can utilise on a day-to-day basis.

Learning difficulties

Making services and society accessible by providing tools to maximise your understanding.

Disability support

Supporting people both in the home and within the community to support them to live independently and make their own life choices.

End-of-life support

Our support workers will work alongside people who are in the last months or years of their lives, providing high-quality support and ensuring comfort and dignity are at the forefront of the service. 

Deafblind support

Our support workers are trained in communicating with Deafblind people and those with visual loss/impairment. Support can help Deafblind people feel part of a community. 

The number of support hours can vary; the hours can be used on an ad hoc basis, daily or weekly, at a time and place of your choice.

We are able to offer support across a wide variety of settings, so wherever you need support, whether that be in the home, at social events or doctor’s appointments we are here to help!

What we can support you with:

  • Developing life skills, e.g. budgeting 
  • Travelling 
  • Managing appointments 
  • Domestic duties
  • Social events 
  • Education and career
  • Managing emotion 
  • Financial matters
  • Managing paperwork and correspondence
  • Family support
  • Structure and routines
  • Making important decisions and life choices
  • The transition from school or college to work
Community and accessible transport
Bereavement support
Adult education and learning
Care at home
Arts organisations and events
Mental health support
Health advice
Disclaimer: Please note that services on the Joy Marketplace are independent and are not necessarily endorsed by your locality/area.