We support over 3,500 people with learning disabilities and complex needs. Find out more about our specialist support:

Access support where you want it: in your own home, supported living accommodation, a registered care home or out in the community.

Our commitment to quality is demonstrated by our sector-leading quality ratings. In England, 95%* 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 overall compliant by the Care Inspectorate and Care Inspectorate Wales.

*Data correct as at May 2019.

Care Homes
Care Homes

Aiding Callam to live in his own home

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

Autism support
Autism support

Daniel’s hard drive towards independence

Daniel moved to Broadview, one of our specialist autism care homes...

Support to live at home
Support to live at home

Finding a shared language with Sarah

Sarah is a selective mute and has limited methods of communication...

Brain injury rehab
Brain injury rehab

Jon’s climbing the ladder to independence

We began supporting Jon at Cedar Road, one of our specialist brain...

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...

Staff
Staff

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

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

Staff
Staff

What makes me proud of our Apprenticeship Programme

Rob Brady is the Director of People and Development at Voyage Care....

Brain injury rehab
Brain injury rehab

How Lamin's family was reunited

Lamin, who lives at our one of our homes in Leicester, has made...

Staff
Staff

60 seconds with an apprentice

Zofia is a support worker at Mimosa Lodge. She shares her story about...

Brain injury rehab
Brain injury rehab

Supporting Peter to overcome alcohol abuse

Peter has a brain injury due to childhood abuse and he was adopted...

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Hard work and dedication sees Marner House achieve their accreditation
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Hard work and dedication sees Marner House achieve their accreditation

Huge congratulations are in order for our Marner House team, as the service has achieved Headway accreditation.  The brain injury rehabilitation service, which is located in Nuneaton, was assessed by Headway in a variety of areas to ensure they were...

Sharon’s taken a spoonful of positive-tea and raising autism awareness in her community
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Sharon’s taken a spoonful of positive-tea and raising autism awareness in her community

Say hello to Sharon, she's one of the people we support at our day centre, BROCS, in Wakefield. She's recently been on a fantastic journey with her support worker John on finding a volunteer job in her local community. Read on to find out more. "Hello...

Supporting siblings of an autistic child - A parental perspective
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Supporting siblings of an autistic child - A parental perspective

By Micheala Blanche I am so blessed to be a parent – it is truly one of the best feelings in the world. But learning your child is on the autism spectrum can be a stressful and unknown time. A time which can affect not only yourself and your child...

Predictability, coping and autism - Shaji Rajamony
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Predictability, coping and autism - Shaji Rajamony

As part of World Autism Awareness Week, Shaji, Voyage Care's Specialism Implementer discusses predictability, coping and autism. Supporting autistic people across our many services and interacting with their support team over the years has...

Why high functioning autism can be difficult - by Champika Gallage, Home Manager at Sheringham Avenue
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Why high functioning autism can be difficult - by Champika Gallage, Home Manager at Sheringham Avenue

It is often said that people with high functioning autism have less difficulties than people who have severe autism. Individuals with high functioning autism are often thought as very intelligent with extraordinary talents and high IQ levels. Because of...

"I try to spend time with my team, listening to them and helping them to find solutions."
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"I try to spend time with my team, listening to them and helping them to find solutions."

As part of Employee Appreciation Day, we sat down with Operations Manager, Tracy Hammond-Morrall to talk about why she loves her job and how she knows she is appreciated. Hi Tracy, thanks for talking to us today! Let’s dive right in, we know you...

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