About Us

Making the extraordinary seem ordinary

Supporting People Innovative Care

SPINC believes that, for services to be effective, they should be based on sound values and principles and an understanding of the fundamental and individual needs of Service Users. Our core principle is to work with people who may have Mental Health Diagnoses, Autism, Learning Disabilities and other complex needs to support their independence and provide them with the specialist care and support they need, when they need it, to live a meaningful life of their choice in their own home.

SPINC is all about people. We care about the people we support, their families and the people we employ. We are passionate about creating positive change that lasts and we like to measure the successful outcomes!

Right support, right time, right people

We take pride in only delivering bespoke services that make a genuine difference to people’s lives. Our mission is to support people who may have complex needs including Mental Health Diagnoses, Autistic Spectrum Conditions and learning disabilities to live meaningful lives, live safely in their own homes and remain independent and valued as members of the community.

Our mission is to provide outstanding support you can expect more from!

Our dedicated and experienced professionals are united by their commitment to give everyone the chance to progress in life. We care about people, and can provide innovative support and therapies designed specifically to enable each individual to reach their full potential. All of our staff training and organisation’s philosophy is underpinned by the Positive Behaviour Support Model.

Download our leaflet here

Our mission is to provide outstanding support you can expect more from!

Our dedicated and experienced professionals are united by their commitment to give everyone the chance to progress in life. We care about people, and can provide innovative support and therapies designed specifically to enable each individual to reach their full potential. All of our staff training and organisation’s philosophy is underpinned by the Positive Behaviour Support Model.

Download our leaflet here

Our People

We believe in quality services for people with complex needs living in their own homes rather than in long stay hospitals and that everyone should be given every possible opportunity to live independently in the community.

Maureen Prescott

Director

I am a Qualified Social Worker registered with the HCPC. A BILD Award winner with 30 years of experience in management and leadership roles working for Local Authorities, private independent and charitable sectors. I am dedicated to my professional standards and passionate about the principles of valuing individuals’ civil and human rights, diversity, equality, independence, choice and inclusion and the provision of quality services for people with complex needs living in their own homes rather than in long stay hospitals.

“These awards are the Oscars of the Learning Disability Sector”

Anne Chivers, BILD Chief Executive.

07932 188135

Derin Ergin

Director

I have Qualified Teacher Status (PGCE Secondary Ed.) and a Diploma Level 5 in Leadership for Health and Social Care. I am experienced in working with complex needs individuals (including Mental Health, Autism and Learning Disabilities) as a Service Manager, financial appointee, behaviour specialist, and trainer. I have a keen interest in working with individuals who may present with behaviours that could be a risk to themselves and/or others (including Service Users who have been detained under the Mental Health Act and/or have a forensic history). I believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to live as independently as possible in the community and, where appropriate, not remain in long-stay hospitals or care homes.

07999 652727

Our Associates

Audrey Yong

Specialist Occupational Therapist and Lecturer in Occupational Therapy (OT)

Audrey is a Senior Lecturer with the University of Brighton and teaches across the MSc (pre-registration) and BSc (hons) occupational therapy courses.  She has 20+ years’ experience as a community OT (mental health and learning disabilities) within the NHS.  In this time, she has worked with a diverse range of people with complex physical and emotional health needs, and with their carers and support services, developing a broad range of core and specialist OT skills in doing so.  Audrey is also trained in the use of Sensory Integration (SI) and processing approach, completing her level 3 post-graduation module with the SI Network/University of Ulster in 2011.

Our aim is to provide safe, high-quality support, education, psychological therapies and consultancy for individuals who may be transitioning from hospitals, Assessment and Treatment Units, Residential Care Homes or schools to lead meaningful lives in their own home in the local community. We recruit the best staff who share our vision and values; are skilled, compassionate, resilient and mindfully understanding of the challenges facing the people we support.

SPINC has considerable experience in supporting people with complex needs and behaviours that may be considered challenging and potentially posing a risk to self or others.

Proud to be Different

SPINC’s philosophy celebrates diversity and the belief that all individuals can achieve a level of self-sufficiency when the proper supports are in place.

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