We have the experience and skills to deliver support for a wide range of specialist care needs, including support for those with disabilities, behavioural needs, or clinical care requirements.
Some of the specialist care areas we cover are listed below, but we’re also able to help with many other conditions and needs. To find out more about the specialist care services we can offer, please contact us on 0800 634 4830.
Most of our assistance is provided through supported living services – that is, support for people living in their own home, alone or with other people. We help individuals enjoy their independence for longer, providing the care they need to thrive at home.
Our specialist childcare support workers provide services to children, young people and their families. We help with a wide range of complex needs, and work with families long-term to help them bridge the transition into adulthood and building independence.
With the right support, people with autism can live the lives they choose. We have a proven track record of supporting people across the autism spectrum, including those who also have learning disabilities, physical disabilities, complex needs and challenging behaviour.
We understand that mental health issues, now affecting 1 in 4 people in the UK, can seriously impact on daily living and quality of life. We cannot provide the psychiatric and therapeutic help, but we can help you with day-to-day things that may have become more difficult.
We support people with clinically diagnosed conditions which result from acquired brain and spinal injuries. Our brain and spinal injuries care promotes independence, with a focus on rehabilitation and helping you achieve your goals.
We focus on reducing challenging behaviour and improving your quality of life. Our skilled staff are committed to achieving positive outcomes for the people they support.
Our professional and empathetic team provide high-quality care for those with terminal illnesses, from day-to-day support to clinical care, providing them with the help they need to remain in their own homes for as long as possible.