St Helens Wellbeing Service is passionate about being accessible. This means the communication needs of our community are very important to us and we pride ourselves on being inclusive and adapting how we deliver our service to fit people’s needs. We want everybody to feel confident that they will receive the right support for them! Whatever your background, age, gender, sexual orientation, or level of ability, there should be no barriers preventing you from feeling and living better.
Our Supporting ARM (Accessible Resource Management) group meet regularly to identify, discuss, and resolve any issues to support an inclusive service. We seek guidance from our resident experts, James, and Steven, who have direct experience of learning disabilities. Together with representatives from each of our services, we adapt materials and processes to make them accessible, whatever your needs.
Supporting ARM is an ongoing project, and with each new individual who seeks support from our wellbeing service, we learn of new challenges and barriers. Likewise, as new technologies and methods of support become available, we are ready to explore the many ways in which our service can adapt to ensure everyone always feels welcome.