Venus has been providing specialist care for over 15 years. From the day of opening the doors to our first Home we vowed to reach out to anyone in need and to accept challenge as part of the job. Our rehabilitative approach is built on a cornerstone of excellence and an ethos of always striving to exceed expectations. This has resulted in Venus becoming the choice of Commissioners in placing people who have previously been failed elsewhere.
Under the direction of our Director of Healthcare each of our Homes is managed by high qualified teams who, together, have many years of accumulated experience from working in the specialist care sector.
Combining expert clinical knowledge with a real passion and commitment for improving the quality of care we deliver, our Management team always puts the wellbeing and welfare of our residents at the centre of everything we do.
All our staff receive regular training and performance reviews as well as continuous on-the-job learning and support. This very team-centred and care-focused approach leads to much higher levels of job satisfaction and significantly lower levels of staff churn.
Venus is a proudly independent care provider group which over the past 15+ years has constantly been improving on the model of care we deliver, whilst at the same time always adapting to changing societal needs and market forces.
Whilst the delivery of long-term residential care in our well-established Homes will continue as the bedrock of our provision we are now expanding this service to include Supported Living units at these Homes for residents being prepared for step-down to live the wider community.
We shall also be introducing new shorter-term services focused on meeting the needs of Younger Adult in the 18-25 years bracket who may already have a mental health diagnosis, and therefore be at risk. Through the provision of Supported Accommodation we shall be working with young people to provide them and their families with a structured framework tailored to their needs to restore health and wellbeing and enable them to maintain and develop independence through living in a supportive and creative care environment.
In addition to our expansion of residential provision in smaller care units, we are also at an advanced stage of developing new concepts of care, this time on a much larger scale, to meet the needs of our ageing population, once again drawing on the specialist knowledge and experience gained in our Care Homes to provide the elderly with therapeutically-advanced pathways of care in the later years of life.