Our residential services include two residential care homes in Swindon and a residential care home in Luton.
Our residential learning disability services offer a high standard of support in a safe, secure environment. The support focuses on individual support programmes aimed at maximising independence and integration within the local community, reducing intervention and encouraging positive behaviours.
Our person-centred approach ensures that all of our people are as active and independent as their circumstances allow, ensuring them to continue to enjoy an independent and as fulfilling a life as possible.
Living in one of our residential services offers a range of benefits:
Our friendly, professional and experienced team is on hand to deliver support at any time - day or night
The homes are fun and thriving communities where people can make friends and pursue their interests and hobbies
Every person has a say in the running of the home: regular home meetings give people the chance to make suggestions to improve the service including menu planning, staff recruitment, refurbishment and many others.
The services often have strong links with various groups, clubs and employers, giving individuals an easy 'way in' to new experiences
Outreach services are flexible support services designed to meet different needs at different times.
Individuals use our outreach services for specific things such as shopping, using public transport, attending social and community clubs, doing activities such as swimming, going to work or going to college. Wherever possible the same support worker attends each time.
Outreach support can be for any number of hours a week and can be used to give family carers a break from caring for a loved one. It's an excellent way for people with learning disabilities to try something new and to develop their social skills, independence and self-confidence.
Supported Living Services
Our supported living service is an excellent and bespoke option for people with a variety of learning disabilities and related conditions. Supported living is a great option for people who are 'stepping down' from residential care and who are making the transition to living independently in the community.People with learning disabilities are able to develop the skills they need for increasingly independent living in a safe and secure environment
Supported living services enable people to live independently in their own home. This could be a flat, house or bungalow. People also have the option to share accommodation with others.
People can furnish their accommodation in any way they wish, have friends to visit and have full control of how they live. Their support team will agree a package of care with them and their family, or circle of support, and this may be anything from a few hours a week to seven days a week complete care. However, support workers can offer 24-hour support, sleep in cover or monitor from a distance using assistive technology if required.