Why are we different?
To support and empower some of the most disadvantaged adults in society with a learning disability and autism, with the focus being on improving their mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. We will do this with a hub and spoke system to deliver care at the very highest standard.
The proof of concept for this provision will be delivered in London and the South East initially. Ultimately it is Accordia’s hope that achieving the empowerment of its service users, and the application of its Vision and Values, will have a meaningful impact on society as a whole.
Below are our Vision & Values
We are committed to being open and frank in our discussions with service users, their families, staff and stakeholders and thus hold ourselves fully accountable for our actions. Furthermore, it is a priority to have an open dialogue with all stakeholders so that we can listen and learn.
Our quality is not only derived from the five CQC Key Lines of Enquiry but will place an intense focus upon ensuring our staff have genuine integrity and accordingly treat each service user with the dignity, respect and compassion they deserve.
We will work in creative and pioneering ways to continually improve quality of care. Technology will form a central part of delivering innovation and new ways of working.
Service users, their families, staff and stakeholders will be actively encouraged to be involved in the operations of Accordia. We will take all views into consideration as part of the decision-making process and in doing so embrace an ‘inclusive economy’.
This is more than treating people of all colour, race and creed equally, it is also about embracing diversity and promoting a culture of equality among staff and service users alike.