Your support team are there for you. They should help you when you need them. Remember, if you are not happy with a support provider, you can change them. Here are some tips from people about how they worked out who was right for them and what was most important when choosing support.
People who know you will:
People who respect you will:
People who empower you to make decisions will:
You may have a close friend or family member that you trust. Or maybe you have a good relationship with a support worker. It can be anyone. But having someone you can talk to about how you are feeling is important. Moving is a tough thing to do. These people will help you to feel alive.
After acquiring a brain injury Will's close-knit family worked tirelessly to get Will home to his own apartment. "He's 27, like he's not meant to be in a nursing home."