Supported living for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex care needs
Supported living offers an alternative to residential care and empowers you to choose the right amount of support – how and when you need it – so you can lead an enriching and fulfilling life.
Our schemes are designed for people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries or complex care needs. If you’re looking for supported living whilst living an independent life, you’ve come to the right place. We are passionate about delivering the best possible care and support.
Supported living allows you to live independently and have control over how and when you receive support. We can support you to achieve your goals, such as becoming an active member of your local community.
The support we off is flexible, whether you’re looking for a few hours a week or more. Together, we co-create personalised support plans focusing on your interests, priorities and skills.
Whatever your needs are, we’re here to help. You are in control of the support you receive. From help with personal care needs and managing finances, to finding education, work or leisure activities – you decide!
Charlie’s supported living package was initially for 24 hours per day. His support team worked with him to develop his daily living and social skills and as a result, he now only needs 20 hours per week.
During his person-centred planning, Charlie asked for help finding a job. His staff team supported him to write a CV and build his confidence. They helped him with practice interviews and he was successfully offered a job. He now works 12 hours a week at a supermarket. Well done Charlie and team!