Transforming Care

At the end of 2022, a staggering 2,030 people with a Learning Disability and/or Autism were inpatients in hospitals across the UK. Unfortunately, 21% of these people were inpatients across the Midlands, making this the highest in all NHS Commissioning Regions. A significant percentage of these people could not be discharged due to lack of suitable housing within the community.

As a specialist Midlands provider, IBC feel passionately about individuals having a house they can call a home with access to specialist bespoke accommodation and support packages, no matter how complex their needs may be. Our focus is to deliver care models such as active support, intensive interaction and positive behavioural support, to empower people to live as in independently as possible free from unnecessary hospitalisation.

In 2022/2023 iBC Healthcare…

  • Provided 34 people a home for life with person-centred care and environments
  • Sustained regulatory compliance by 100% of services inspected and rated Good or Outstanding by CQC
  • Mobilised support for several young people in crisis.
  • Facilitated multiple specialist step down care and accommodation packages from secure settings
  • Worked closely with the NHS to offer specialist support solutions to some of the most complex individuals on the NHS agenda.
  • Were National and Regional winners at the LD & Autism and Great British Care Awards.
  • Extended our offering further across the Midlands, offering bespoke homes for life with the right care and support to the people who need them.
  • Offered advanced inhouse scenario led training to all employees to include Intense Interaction, Active Engagement, Autism, CPI Safety Intervention and Mental Health. We also source external specialist training, in line with people’s particular needs such as BSL, EUPD, Self-Harm Training, MAKATON and more to ensure all needs of the people we support are met.

West Midlands
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