Care homes

Our specialist residential care homes provide care and support for adults with learning disabilities and complex needs. Our person-centred planning, incorporating Keys to Life principles, ensures that every person living in our care homes is enabled to meet their physical, emotional, vocational, educational, spiritual, safety and social needs, 24 hours a day. We work with you to find out your goals and how you prefer to communicate.

BedroomWe offer more than somewhere to live, we are offering somewhere for you to make your home. Our teams will ensure you are included in all decisions about your care and support, either directly or through your family or advocate. This could include choices about menus, activities or holiday destinations. We also involve you in our staff recruitment processes to help us find the right people to work with you.

Care HomesWe offer opportunities for you to learn new skills, become more independent and try new experiences. As well as providing a full itinerary of in-house activities, such as craft sessions, music therapy or sensory sessions, we also encourage you to become active members of the community. This can include using local shops and cafes on a regular basis, looking for volunteering opportunities and attending courses at local colleges and libraries.

Each of our homes have been carefully designed and adapted to meet the needs of every person who lives there. Specialist features in the homes can include assisted baths, ceiling tracking, hoists, sensory rooms and hydrotherapy facilities.

We also have nursing services available in some areas which can provide 24 hour care for complex health conditions.

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Opening times during the festive period
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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...

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Our 30 year journey

Voyage Care have been providing great quality care and support for 30 fantastic years. We’re extremely proud of our long-standing reputation for the highest quality care and support, as well as the incredible milestones we've hit over the years. Here's...

Helping you after your child’s autism diagnosis
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Helping you after your child’s autism diagnosis

The arrival of a baby brings happiness to families, watching their movements and observing their milestones is very exciting. Over the first few months, babies become interested in moving objects, smile at their mother’s voice, develop a social smile,...

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Nick's story

Nick, who lives at one of our homes in Southampton, was reaching...

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Amanda and Jenny shared a house with some other tenants. The household...

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Annie's story

Annie came to a Voyage Care service in West London after a difficult...

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From the police force to the care sector – Raj’s story
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From the police force to the care sector – Raj’s story

As part of International Men’s Day, we spoke to Shaji Rajamony, our Specialist Implementer. He told us how he is keen to highlight the importance of increasing male presence in the sector.  Joining the force I always wanted my career...

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'I have found something with purpose and meaning - the best is yet to come'

When I was growing up I always dreamt of playing centre forward for Man City, but like many other children, my ‘dream career’ wasn’t to be. Mainly because I was absolutely terrible, but I like to think it was because I was supposed to travel...

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