Other support and services
The Involvement Conference
The Involvement Conference echoes our belief that each person we support has a right to choose how they want to be supported. It reiterates our promise to always listen and provide services as unique as each individual we support.
Our transition support is designed to help individuals enjoy a smooth transition through major life changes: for example, through the move from children’s to adult services, or from the family home or residential college to independent living.
Personalisation is an approach to social care that focuses on putting individuals at the very centre of the support and services they receive.
Having a learning disability means an individual can find it harder to learn certain life skills. The problems and challenges faced by individuals with learning disabilities vary in severity, but always start before adulthood and affect them for their…
Acquired Brain Injuries
An acquired brain injury (ABI) is injury or damage to the brain that can have any number of causes, such as stroke, a tumour or a road traffic accident. People with ABI have ‘acquired’ their brain injury, and weren’t born with it.
A person with complex needs might have one or a combination of difficulties, including profound and multiple learning disabilities, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, and challenging behaviour.
Direct payments give individuals greater choice and control over the support they receive and how it’s provided.
Supported living services enable individuals with a disability to live independently in their own home, with appropriate support to help them manage their own tenancy and achieve greater freedom and control in their lives. Support can be provided in…
For people who aren’t ready or able to live independently, small-scale residential care is often a really good option. Our residential care is provided in shared accommodation where support staff are around 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We provide…
The Creative Learning team was established with an aim to engage adults with learning disabilities in meaningful daytime group activities.
We provide extra care – also known assisted living – at specially developed sites that enable individuals to hold their own tenancy.
News & Articles
Supporting people with challenging behaviours
When we first met Harry, we realised that while not an aggressive person, Harry could be destructive in certain situations.
Developing skills for better independence
Mum Tracy was left unhappy after being told by a care provider that they couldn't support her son Gary to develop new and essential life skills.