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Westcountry Housing
Hatfield Hatfield House, Hatfield Road
Torquay
TQ1 3HF
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With many years experience in Housing related Support. Westcountry Housing offers a free Floating Support Service to people throughout Torbay. Set-up in 2007, the contract is based in Torquay.
Westcountry Housing has a satisfied network of clients, situated in and around Torbay, including clients with Sensory Needs, Physical Disabilities, Long Term Condition and clients with an Acquired Brain Injury.

With a maximum period of support provided up to two years and fully qualified staff, the company delivers a professional service of support, to the people in Torbay who are eligible to receive the service. The service is designed to Support People Achieve set goals in: Achieving Economic Well being, Enjoy and Achieve, Be Healthy, Stay Safe And Make a positive contribution, helping clients to Maintain Independence within their own homes.

The SPLASH/ Floating Support Service is managed by Theresa Bourke who has been focusing on Establishing A new Floating Support Service to People who have: Sensory Needs, Physical Disabilities, Long Term Condition and Acquired Brain Injury, supporting referred clients with Housing Related Support for a maximum of two years. Having previously worked for other housing organisations, Theresa Bourke is The Team Leader of SPLASH  Contract to manage the service.

The organisation delivers top quality professionalism, including a range of housing related support. Tailored to the needs of the individual A SPLASH Housing Support Worker will work with the client with a support plan, the plans are worked through individually to meet the needs of the clients housing support needs, particularly suitable for independent living and is a service for clients of all ages from 18- 65 years. The Service is proving successful and has vacancies for clients who have a primary Sensory or Physical Disability , available when vacancies arise, please contact the Torbay Hub for a referral.
Last Updated : 18 Aug 2009