Care Pathway

We provide care pathways enabling people living with Autism, Mental Health Needs, Acquired Brain Injuries and Learning Disabilities a variety of routes to independent living.

We work with the individual, their family and social workers to identify a transition plan to enable the person to achieve their goals.

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Our therapeutic service Lakeside, provides specialist locked and unlocked rehabilitation, treatment and support for adults with Mental Health needs, Autism and Learning Disabilities.

Our range of residential services provide specialist support for people with Autism, Mental Health needs, Learning Disabilities and Acquired Brain Injuries in a homely environment.

Our supported living services provide bespoke packages of up to 24 hour support in an individual’s own home or in a supported tenancy.

Transition

Our transitional support services provide carefully planned and risk managed trialled independence within a residential or supported living setting. Our transitional support focusses on skill development and confidence building.

Transition for young people 

News and events

The National Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards Finalists 2019

We are proud to announce we have five finalists in the England region for the...

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CareTalk Magazine Article Recognising strengths, creating opportunities

Informative article about our Quality Checkers and new Safeguarding and Enablement project features in CareTalk...

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World Autism Awareness Day Conference

As part of World Autism Day 2019, we hosted a complimentary Conference at Stonehouse Court...

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HealthInvestor 2019 – Recognising achievement in the business of healthcare

We are proud to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist in the HealthInvestor...

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STOMP card game

Exciting new STOMP card game has just been launched.

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ABI Conference

accomplish to host a complimentary ABI conference, bringing together advocates, professionals, staff and clinicians

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