At Bespoke Health & Social Care, every client is recognised as a unique individual. We believe in a ‘can-do’ approach looking at people’s strengths aspirations and goals, promoting independence, assisting them to integrate within their local community and enabling them to live a fulfilling life, with good health and social care support.
We operate throughout the UK and Wales holding both CQC and CIW registration.
We have a wealth of experience in providing expert nurse-led care for people with learning disabilities within their own homes and are skilled and experienced in meeting the needs of the men, women and transgenders we support.
Bespoke puts the person at the centre of care planning, focusing on a holistic, person-centred approach and working closely in partnership with the individual, their families and health and social care professionals to develop holistic plans of care, which meets their complex health, social, educational and personal needs, thus supporting them to overcome the barriers that are often encountered by many. We are committed to providing and supporting effective communication that meets the needs of our clients and their families.
Bespoke not only wants to strive for equality but deliver equity in the care we provide.
Meet the Team
Ruth Harrison – Head of Learning Disability
Ruth has 19 years’ experience in Learning Disability Services and has previously held positions including Charge Nurse, Primary Care Liaison Nurse and most recently Learning Disabilities Specialist Lead Nurse. Ruth is passionate and dedicated to her field, demonstrated by both her published work, the numerous awards she has won and her Queens Nurse recognition.
Tom Bourne – Learning Disability Social Work Professional
Tom is a qualified social work professional with over 25 years’ experience in local government social services, not for profit 3rd Sector and commercial sector social care provision.
Tom specialises in services to people who have learning disabilities and those who have additional complex needs, with experience of developing supported living services, working within local authority and CCG strategies supporting young people in transition and those resettling from NHS and private hospital settings.
Steve Wilson – Positive Behaviour Support Specialist
Steve is a qualified Learning Disability Nurse who in 2010, gained a first class BSc Honours degree in Behaviour Analysis and Intervention and has promoted and supported the implementation of Positive Behavioural Support (PBS) ever since. He strives to make the necessary adjustments to the direct support system to help to improve the quality of life for an individual. Steve works to the standards as set out by the PBS Academy and the PBS competency framework.
Kerry Corbett – LD/MH Counsellor
Kerry is a qualified Psychologist and Counsellor in integrative therapies with a wide area of interests and experience including trauma and trauma in childhood, psychological wellbeing and life coaching.
Naomi Smith – Registered Mental Health Nurse
Naomi is an experienced Registered Mental Health Nurse with significant experience of rehabilitating patients into the community and in independent living, education, and employment, as well as providing a sympathetic and supportive end of life care.