Voyage Care is a sector leading provider, with over 30 years’ experience of specialist care and support. We support over 3,500 people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries and other complex needs across the UK. Additionally, Voyage Specialist Healthcare and Focused Healthcare provide clinically-led support to children with complex health needs in their own homes.

We support you to live as independently as possible where, how and with whom you choose — in your own home, in supported living, in a registered care home or to access the community.

Our commitment to quality is demonstrated by our sector-leading quality ratings. In England, 94%* of our registered locations are rated as Good or Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission. 100%* of our Scottish and Welsh registered locations are rated as compliant by the Care Inspectorate and Care Inspectorate Wales.

*Data correct as at June 2018.

Care Homes
Care Homes

Aiding Callam to live in his own home

Callam, who has learning disabilities, ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity...

Support to live at home
Support to live at home

Moira's move to supported living

Moira has learning disabilities and had always lived at home with...

Support to live at home
Support to live at home

Sam made small changes for big results

Sam had very limited independent living skills and relied heavily...

Autism support
Autism support

First time flyer at Ling Crescent

Jackie and Helen are two people we support at Ling Crescent in Hampshire,...

Nursing care homes
Nursing care homes

"I love the work I do"

In my early 20’s, I worked for a local landscaping company in...

Brain injury rehab
Brain injury rehab

Moving back home after a brain injury

Damon suffered a cardiac arrest, which left him with a hypoxic brain...

Prader-Willi syndrome
Prader-Willi syndrome

Elliot - Timid to transformed in less than two years!

With a small audience of Redbank House staff and other people we...

Nursing care homes
Nursing care homes

It was great to know that someone believed you had the potential

Chelsea Hennefer - Quality & Compliance Administrator I began...

Support to live at home
Support to live at home

Supporting Derek on his adventure holiday

Derek is a young man living in one of our supported living services...

Support to live at home
Support to live at home

Successful transition: supported living in Wolverhampton

St Brides, our newly acquired supported living property in Wolverhampton,...

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Congrats to our very own, Alderman Walker!
News & events

Congrats to our very own, Alderman Walker!

In November of last year, Voyage Care’s Janette Walker was awarded with one of the highest accolades in the city of Leeds. The Operations Manager, who is a former councillor and campaigner for dementia care, was surrounded by her family...

Opening times during the festive period
Information

Opening times during the festive period

We're here to support you during the festive period. If you're looking for care and support during the Christmas season you can do so by contacting our friendly enquiry team on 0800 0353 776 or email referrals@voyagecare.com. You can...

Enter if you dare… ‘Voyage Scare’ Halloween party in Essex!
News & events

Enter if you dare… ‘Voyage Scare’ Halloween party in Essex!

Voyage DCA Essex held its annual ‘Voyage Scare’ Halloween party at its office in Clacton-on-Sea. The staff transformed the office into a spooktacular party room for the people we support, filled with lots of creepy snacks. The people we support...

Huddle! Autumn 2018
Resources for people we support

Huddle! Autumn 2018

Welcome to the 2018 autumn edition of huddle! Along with our usual magazine, we have the exclusive Voyage Excellence Award's special included in every issue! We would love to know what you think - email your thoughts and ideas to communications@voyagecare.com...

Transforming Care: achieving positive outcomes
Quality & sector

Transforming Care: achieving positive outcomes

In October 2015, a national plan, Building the Right Support, was published to transform health and care services. It identified that too many autistic people and those with learning disabilities are still getting stuck in institutional care, such as long-stay...

Why we support Oliver’s legacy
Quality & sector

Why we support Oliver’s legacy

A petition calling for doctors and nurses to receive mandatory training in autism and learning disabilities is set to be debated by MPs. It originated following the death of an autistic teenager. Raj, our Specialism Implementer shares his thoughts on how...

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