ProCare Wales was established in 2001 as a registered provider of care and support services within the community. ProCare Wales’ Head Office is based in Rhyl, Denbighshire and is governed by Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW).
At Procare our focus is on providing high quality care services, delivered by expert staff to local individuals. Our aim is to ensure that families are kept close together and as such we will only offer services which we can manage fully within close geographical proximity. We do not desire to be the biggest, only the best we can be for the individuals we support.
Our Service Model
Procare Wales has its roots in Applied behavior analysis (ABA) and as such we operate a model of Positive Behavioural Support around an individualised package of care, promoting meaningful quality of life whilst reducing significant behaviours that challenge. Procare Wales is dual registered to work with both children and adults.
Where We Work
Procare Wales currently run two residential provisions which forms part of our Intensive Support Service. Uniquely, our residential services can support individuals from the age of 16 years.
Procare has 20 years of experience in providing 24 hour community living schemes, all of which are based within the Conwy and Denbighshire area.
Who We Work With
Procare Wales will consider referrals for individuals who have complex support needs with impaired intellectual abilities and significant challenging behaviour. Individuals will be considered on the basis that they:
- Would typically have complex support needs which might include learning disability, autistic spectrum disorders, mental health disorders, acquired brain injury or are highly vulnerable.
- May have or are at serious risk, of being excluded from mainstream or specialist services.
- May have experienced previous placement breakdowns
- May have a history of repeated psychiatric / learning disability hospital admissions including by detention under the Mental Health Act (2007)
Acceptance to the service will be via:
- Detailed assessments to ensure we can meet the clinical, emotional and social needs of the individual
- Assessment of compatibility of other individuals we support (if applicable)
- Assessment that all risks can be safely managed within a community setting.