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We provide complex, nurse-led support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and we will be there to support you or your loved one at whatever time of day or night you require. Dependent on the type of support you are looking for, we can work with you for a minimum of an hour per day or anything up to 24 hours a day.

Types of support we provide:

  • Live-in support – our staff can be on hand at any time of the day or night to give you the confidence to continue to live in your own home.
  • Respite and holiday support/short breaks – we can offer the trust and confidence for you or your loved one to take a break, whether it is just for a few hours or longer. We can also support you on a weekend away or a family holiday.
  • End of life/palliative support – we can support you or a loved one to remain at home during your final stages of life, enabling you to manage your final wishes and have your family and friends around you.
  • Educational support – We can support you or your loved one to remain safe and happy whilst at school, college or university. Education is such an important part of someone’s life and their disability or condition should not hinder their capabilities in any way.
  • Community/Independent Living/Social support – we can also support people who require non-clinical complex support, individuals who have complex challenging behaviours due to their on-going conditions and require specialised support in community settings, support to socialise with others and to live a more independent, fulfilling life with people who they trust and who understand and support their boundaries.
  • In-reach/one-to-one support in residential settings – We will work with whatever team may already be involved with your support. You may be living in a residential home however, changes to your condition mean that you now require some clinical input or your current setting does not have the right staff in place to manage your changing condition and you don’t want to move. You don’t need to, we can help.
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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
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Care Homes

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Staff

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Support to live at home

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Autism support

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Autism support

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Autism support

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Care Homes

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Brain injury rehab

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Prader-Willi syndrome

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Support to live at home

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Prader-Willi syndrome

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Autism support

Ant’s living a better life, thanks to our Scotland services

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Nursing care homes

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This is the most supportive and caring company I have worked for

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Support to live at home

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Nursing care homes

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Support to live at home

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Brain injury rehab

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Support to live at home

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Autism support

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Autism support

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Autism support

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Brain injury rehab

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Care Homes

Nathan’s story

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Care Homes

Aiding Connor to live in his own home

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Care Homes

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Care Homes

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Support to live at home

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Care Homes

Aaron’s story

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Support to live at home

Pat’s story

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Mike’s story

Mike’s story

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Rachel’s story

Rachel’s story

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Meg’s story

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Support to live at home

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Support to live at home

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Martin’s story

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Brain injury rehab

A step change in Andy’s recovery

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Autism support

Our son, Wil

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Support to live at home

New lease of family life for Valerie

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Autism support

Aiding Arnie to reduce his anxiety

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Care Homes

How house rules made a happy home

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Holistic approach stopped Dean’s challenging behaviour
Support to live at home

Holistic approach stopped Dean’s challenging behaviour

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Ethan gets active at our day centre
Autism support

Ethan gets active at our day centre

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Moira’s move to supported living
Support to live at home

Moira’s move to supported living

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Brain injury rehab

Supporting Peter to overcome alcohol abuse

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Finding Katie’s culinary flair
Autism support

Finding Katie’s culinary flair

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Support to live at home

Finding a shared language with Sarah*

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Care Homes

Getting Danny* ready for college

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Brain injury rehab

Murray’s amazing recovery

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Barry moves back into the community
Support to live at home

Barry moves back into the community

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Rory* gets his first paid job
Autism support

Rory* gets his first paid job

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Care Homes

“I am very happy living with my friends”

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Bike crash left Owen in coma for 8 months

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Alcohol left Kim with brain injury
Brain injury rehab

Alcohol left Kim with brain injury

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Brain injury rehab

Moving back home after a brain injury

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Sebastian uses music to tell his story
Brain injury rehab

Sebastian uses music to tell his story

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Joan’s journey
Brain injury rehab

Joan’s journey

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Sam made small changes for big results
Support to live at home

Sam made small changes for big results

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Meeting Tariq’s cultural needs
Autism support

Meeting Tariq’s cultural needs

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Helping Greg to eat well
Support to live at home

Helping Greg to eat well

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“I love the work I do”
Nursing care homes

“I love the work I do”

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“I would recommend it to anyone”
Staff

“I would recommend it to anyone”

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Training on the job worked for Linda
Nursing care homes

Training on the job worked for Linda

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Brain injury rehab

Helping Dylan to get back on his feet

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Support to live at home

Moving on with Voyage Care – Andrea and Riley’s story

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Annie’s story
Care Homes

Annie’s story

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Olivia and Lisa Blue Hair
Care Homes

Olivia and Lisa Blue Hair

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