Residents from a forensic background may be schizoid or diagnosed with a constant psychosis, and typically will display challenging behaviour. All these residents are assessed and given behavioural support plans that inform staff of optimum management strategies and how to deal with a resident’s anxieties.
All programmes of support and recovery are based on achieving positive outcomes and developing an individual’s full potential. We also use a range of recognised risk assessment, management and outcome measurement tools in our therapeutic interventions, which include cognitive behavioural and dialectical behaviour therapy skills.
Venus recovery programmes are designed to include meaningful pathways for re-integrating residents into the community, thereby minimising the risk of re-offending on their eventual step-down from our care.
If you would like to know more about our values for forensic backgrounds feel free to contact us.
" Annie had been smoking for 25 years when she came to live with us. These days any visitor to the Home where Annie resides is likely to be accosted by her and told how bad smoking is. "