Our services include Bespoke Respite Care for adults with learning disabilities aged 18-65, and young people aged 16-18. We also provide Domiciliary Care, which means we can support you in your own home. Our Supported Living service is available for adults with learning disabilities or mental health problems. We offer innovative and bespoke outcome-focussed support packages for individuals via our Domiciliary Care service.
We have Registered Residential Care available for adults with learning disabilities and additional complex needs. Our dedicated tenancy accommodation provides support for young adults with learning disabilities aged 18-25, who are leaving home/school for the first time or transitioning to adult services.
Our qualified and experienced staff provide care and support for adults with enduring mental health issues, including those who are subject to the requirements of the Mental Health Act. We also offer services that specialise in supporting adults with a learning disability with mental health overlay. Our specialist trained staff teams can support adults with behaviour that challenges services (residential or tenancy).
We make sure our environments are autism-friendly, and our trained and experienced staff specialise in supporting adults with a learning disability with dementia. We have vast experience in supporting older people with a learning disability, and our staff have a good understanding of the needs of adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities with complex needs.
Our services are monitored by Local Authorities and the Clinical Commissioning Group (NHS), where support is funded by public monies. We strive to provide high-quality care that enables individuals to live their lives to the fullest.
We believe that everyone deserves exceptional care that is tailored to their needs. Explore our range of services and let us help you or your loved one live a fulfilling life.
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