REACH STANDARDS

REACH SUPPORT FOR LIVING

THE REACH STANDARDS PRACTICAL GUIDE 2019

The REACH standards are a set of voluntary standards recommended by CQC (in ‘Registering the Right Support’ 2017) that introduce the fundamental principles of Support for LIVING.

They remain the only nationally recognised standards underpinning ‘supported living’. The 9 standards are:

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‘The Reach Standards are an essential tool in helping providers to meet their responsibilities to support people to live an ordinary life. That is why we recommend that providers consider how The Reach Standards are met when developing and providing services for people with a learning disability and/or autism.’

Deborah Ivanova. Deputy Chief Inspector (London and South), Adult Social Care. Care Quality Commission

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DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE REACH Standards Practical Guide

The NEW REACH Standards Practical Guide are available as a FREE download and were released on 21st October 2019.  

DOWNLOAD HERE!

To support organisations to bring Reach to life we are offering a NEW one day training course which includes 2 years access to our new toolkit.

OUR NEW TRAINING OFFER & TOOLKIT

REACH TOOL kit

What’s Inside?

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A free PDF document on ‘The REACH Standards’

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How REACH connects to KLOES, TLAP etc

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A person’s human rights check

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Interactive work sheets for each standard

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REACH films

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Pack of conversation starter cards for the team

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Invitation to 3 webinars per year

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Phoneline

REACH STANDARDS

ExampleS FROM THE TOOLKIT

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REACH is one of the pieces of work we are most passionate about at Paradigm as we see the impact it has in organisations, so DO give us a call to find out more or ask questions.

To talk through your needs contact hello@paradigm-uk.org or call 020 8870 8643.

Thank you for sending the new REACH materials. They are excellent and I particularly appreciated the emphasis on the idea that we are talking about a PROCESS rather than an event; a CONVERSATION rather than a checklist.

Peter

Operations Manager, Bristol

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