We work to help those with a learning disability live as actively and independently as possible.
To do so, we assign a support worker to form a partnership of trust between them to develop a tailored plan based on each individual's potential, a structured approach to building the confidence and life skills required to make it happen.
In practical terms, support levels will vary according to individual needs, ranging from 24/7 support to less frequent monitoring and encouragement. We will coach and build the essential everyday skills we all need to live independently - shopping, cooking, managing a household budget. We will be ambitious and supportive for those we care for in areas of employment, voluntary placements, college and education, and strengthening relationships with family and friends. We want everyone to feel secure, fulfilled and part of a community where their contribution is welcome, regardless of the nature of their learning disability.