Our Services

Specialist Services

Aspire provides a variety of specialist services.  These include but are not limited to:

Intensive home support services.  We provide high quality support to people ventilated in their own homes for people with long term conditions.  This allows people to be in their own homes where previously they would have been cared for in intensive care settings in acute hospitals.  This improves the quality of life for the individuals and their families and also helps to ensure vital acute services are available for other people to access.

Alcohol Related Brain Injury (ARBI) service which provides high quality practical support and advice to individuals within the Cambuslang and Rutherglen areas of South Lanarkshire who have been diagnosed with ARBI and assists their families and carers to support the person to live in their own home.

Due to our team’s width and depth of experience and knowledge, Aspire is in well placed to create solutions for support needs within the community for a wide variety of social care and health demands.

Feedback includes:

"Thanks Kirsty, I really appreciate the support yourself and staff are giving to C.... and the degree of flexibility which is being explored to ensure her support package works for her." [Social Work regarding Aspire's supporting of an individual within the Aspire ARBI Service, Nov 2019].

......"I would just want to reiterate from a HSCP perspective that we too have also been very impressed by the service to date and the standards that your staff team have maintained in relation to the care and support of these 2 individuals."  [East Renfrewshire Health & Social Care Partnership, Sept 2019]

"I just wanted to drop you a quick note in relation to our 2 mutual patients that have recently had IP stays in the QEUH as I have been hugely impressed by the carers that have been in with the patients and grateful if you could pass my thanks on to the care teams.  Thank you for your help and support in developing such excellent care teams for our mutual patients."  [Senior Consultant, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH), Aug 2019]......................................