Maryhill Road and Dumbarton Road
Wheatley Care’s Glasgow Personalised and Self-Directed Support Service provides a Housing Support and Care at Home Service to adults who have a learning disability, enduring mental health problems, older people or an acquired brain injury.
The service is provided from the staff base at Maryhill in the north area of Glasgow.
The service base is staffed on a 24-hour basis and provides planned support 7am-9.30pm.
Sleepover provision is in place within the service base to provide support for unplanned or emergency situations.
The people we work for live within their own tenancies in the Glasgow area.
They have individual Self-Directed Support budgets to purchase an individualised personalised outcome-based support package, designed to meet their assessed needs.
The service offers our unique ‘W.E. Care model’, focusing on wellbeing not illness, providing reassurance through innovative technology, enabling the people we work for to live in their homes longer while accessing local services, and becoming more involved and engaged in their neighbourhood.
We promote the Integration of Health and Social Care by building relationships to meet the needs of vulnerable individuals.
How to make a referral
Referrals require a Self-Directed Support package. Individuals and Care Managers should contact the service directly, or via the Link Officer.
Glasgow City Council's Link Officer:
Senior Officer Learning Disability
100 Morrison Street
Tel: 0141 276 5785.
On receipt of referrals form and Shared Needs Analysis, an assessment is completed by the service to decide whether the service can meet the identified needs of the individual.
Informal inquiries may be directed to the Health and Wellbeing Service Manager who will provide additional service and referral information.