We offer a flexible, high quality range of services to adults with a learning disability.
These can be provided at home or within a residential care or supported living environment.
The key objective of our service is to enable adults to maximise their independence, irrespective of their physical and psychological challenges.
We operate a number of carefully designed residential care homes for individuals who require more structured support. This is achieved by creating a series of self-contained units to give the essence of home life, with support when it is needed. There is a genuine family atmosphere within these homes; somewhere where you feel safe, independent and included.
The needs of each individual are central to how these homes operate and our on-site team will provide a comprehensive care and support plan to indicate personal choice, needs and abilities.
As you would expect this in an all-inclusive service, providing meals, accommodation, communal facilities, an individual personal support plan and 24-hour access to a dedicated team of professionals.
In understanding the importance of communication, interaction and independence, we also offer endless support and opportunity to access community facilities – after all, a trip to the theatre or a drink in the local pub can provide a great boost to wellbeing.
Our respite and short breaks service is designed to support the main carers of individuals who live at home or in an adult placement/shared lives setting. This respite is good for the overall family dynamic, providing a break when it is needed the most. It can also provide an invaluable break from routine for the adult with a learning disability.
Supported Living Services
We provide ‘shared lives settings’ to those adults who will benefit from a more relaxed and independent residential setting. working in partnership with a number of Housing Associations and Local Authorities we are able to deliver a number of benefits of shared living arrangements:
- You have more choice about who supports you
- The ability to develop independent living skills
- Choose who you live with
- Friendship and community
- Financially more economical
- Eligible to claim mainstream benefits
- More relaxed, homely atmosphere