We provide outreach care and support to adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries and other complex needs, both at home and in the community.
We can provide support for personal care needs. All our staff are subject to appropriate checks and are given specialist training tailored to the needs of the people they support. We can provide support to meet your needs, ranging from a few hours a week to 24 hours a day.
We can support you to enjoy activities of your choice – this could include taking part in sports, going to the cinema or bowling or meeting up with friends.
We can help you to find out about education and job opportunities in your area and support you through the application process. We can then help you to travel to and attend college or work, if you wish.
We also have experience of supporting people to find somewhere to live, look after their home, find out what benefits they are entitled to and manage their money.
We can put you in touch with landlords in your local area who may have vacant tenancies and can support you through each stage of applying for a tenancy and moving to your new home.
We have experience of supporting groups of people to live together, each with their own tenancy agreement.