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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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  • Residential care home

  • Brain injury service

  • Specialist service

  • Community support

  • Children's service

  • Group of services

If you need further advice, call our friendly enquiry line on 0800 035 3776 or email referrals@voyagecare.com
Scoring and soaring, above and beyond in quality!
Care Homes

Scoring and soaring, above and beyond in quality!

Earlier this year we caught up with one of our care home managers, Kelly Barnard, about their recent quality audit ...

Staff bring Dan and his father back together, after a long 14 years
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Staff bring Dan and his father back together, after a long 14 years

Dan*, a gentleman we support, unfortunately lost contact with his paternal family when he moved into one of our care ...

Service spotlight: Our Romford Services takes a walk in their residents’ shoes
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Service spotlight: Our Romford Services takes a walk in their residents’ shoes

One of our services in Romford is a residential care home that supports 6 people with learning disabilities, many of ...

Nathan’s story
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Nathan’s story

Nathan*, who lives at one of our homes in Southampton, was reaching a crisis point. He was getting drunk every ...

Aiding Connor to live in his own home
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Aiding Connor to live in his own home

Connor*, who has learning disabilities, ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and fragile X syndrome, has been supported by Voyage Care ...

Transforming Sue’s way of life for the better
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Transforming Sue’s way of life for the better

Sue* was diagnosed with learning disabilities along with epilepsy. She grew up living with her mum, dad and brother, Barry. ...

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