We provide specialist care for people with physical or learning disabilities, including children and young people. We also support people with Parkinson’s disease and those who need care as they approach the end of their life.
Having specialist care needs should not prevent you from taking full advantage of everything life has to offer. Our care workers provide support at home which enables people with physical disabilities to live independent and active lives.
We help people with the full range of daily living tasks whether personal care, meal preparation, laundry, shopping, housework or managing finances and correspondence. In addition we support our physically disabled service users to lead an active social life, supporting them outside as well as inside the home.
Our care plans are built to accommodate not just the assessed needs of the service user, but also their preferences and aspirations. This person-centred, outcome-focused approach gives our service users more choice and control over when and how they access the support they need.
When want your care workers to be a great fit with your life, so we take the time to learn about your needs, interests and preferences and match workers with you accordingly.
As well as supporting adults with physical disabilities, we also provide support to many children and young people. With extra checks and specialist training for staff, we are able to help these younger service users to get the best start in life and to do our bit to offer them as fun-filled and active a childhood as possible.