Building confidence, building lives


Our Supported Living service helps adults with learning disabilities or mental health needs live full, independent lives.

Supported Living offers a suitable alternative to living in a care home or being looked after full-time by family.

We encourage and support people to build their social networks and work towards personal goals, such as learning to read and write, or getting a job.

With the friendship and support of a carer, those who live with learning disabilities or mental health challenges can grow and learn to look after themselves independently.

Not only that, but they will learn new skills that will help them become much more active in the community, giving them dignity and strength of character.


Individual Support Plan

Each of our clients benefits from an individual plan to help them reach their goals. This is delivered in consultation with all those responsible for their care, such as family members, local authority representatives, and others who play an important role in the client’s life.

The support plan enables clients to identify strengths and abilities they wish to develop, alongside goals they want to achieve.

We then provide clients with valuable information about their rights and responsibilities, as well as the choices available to them in other areas. And we do this in a way that is accessible, in the language and terminology they understand.

Our support workers also provide practical help such as training and support on home maintenance (such as cleaning and gardening), paying bills, and healthy living.

If you would like to talk to us how we can help your loved one become more independent and better skilled, contact us today.