Who We Are
At Walsingham Support, we do things differently.
We are Walsingham Support, a charity that has been supporting people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries and complex needs across England and Wales since 1986. We pride ourselves on putting the individuals we support at the centre of everything that we do enabling us to deliver truly person-centred support solutions that provide independence and happiness.
How we work
Everybody is different. We don’t just acknowledge that – we celebrate it, and that means offering more than a standard, one-size-fits-all service. It means delivering specifically tailored support for every single person we work with, custom made to…
Our ambition and values
Our ambition is an equal and diverse society, in which people with disabilities are citizens in their own right who are supported to be happy and to reach their full potential.
Our success as an organisation has been built on the passionate and committed staff that become part of Walsingham Support. They all manage to combine the highest levels of professionalism with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude, while never losing the personal…
Back in the 1980s, people with learning disabilities would often end up in large, long-stay institutions, many miles away from their families, because there was a lack of appropriate community-based facilities and social care services that could cater…
Our Executive Leadership Team & Governing Body
No one understands more about putting people at the heart of everything we do that our Executive Leadership Team (ELT). Their combination of skills, knowledge and personal experience has been vital to our success.
For Walsingham Support, it’s not just about the support we deliver, it’s about the happiness this can provide.
Delivering Independence In Doncaster
We are delighted to announce we have been entrusted by Doncaster Council to provide care and support to 37 people with a range of disabilities in Doncaster and welcoming over 100 new staff.
Leading The Way With S.T.O.M.P
We were delighted to be invited and Matt was thrilled to co-present at the S.T.O.M.P conference this January in Birmingham, conveying the vital progress we have made and showcasing a pathway for others to do the same.