Learning, Disability and Mental Health

If you care for a person with a learning disability or mental health illness, whether it’s your son or daughter, brother or sister, parent, partner or other relative or friend, then we may be able to help you. 
 
We promote independence, build confidence and encourage personal development for the people we support.
 
We help younger adults with support needs to extend their boundaries, leaving their parents free to get on with the other things they need to do when they need to.
 
Our support workers are carefully vetted and we look for people who are kind and caring, as well as having the right skills.
 
Whether you’re looking for help for just a short period, regular support on certain days or full-time live-in support, we can provide you with exactly what you need.