We provide innovative support services for young people and adults with autism spectrum conditions (ASC); learning disabilities; mental health needs, associated health needs and who present with behaviour that may be described as challenging. Many individuals we support have stepped down from secure settings into our services and may have experienced previous placement breakdowns. We also have one registered residential service where we support adults with Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI).
We do not discriminate and are proud of our ability to respond quickly and flexibly to individual needs in a bespoke way. We can provide innovative, high quality, community based support and accommodation services to all vulnerable adults – supporting them on their journey to independence.
We have some fantastic examples of people who have been deemed ‘difficult’ to place, who are now integrated into the community long-term and are being empowered to transform their lives. This includes individuals who have been in crisis, experienced a series of placement breakdowns or have been moving on from secure or forensic settings.