“I like to do my shopping at the local market, and then meet my friends for a coffee and a catch up, but just can’t get there by myself...”
“It's reassuring and gives me peace of mind to know my parents are fully supported in their day-to-day activities, and looked after in their own home...”
“I don’t want my Cerebral Palsy to get in the way of going to college, but I need some help with getting ready in the morning...”
“I like to go on day trips to the coast and have fish and chips on the beach, but I need someone to help with a few things...”
“A Support Worker ensures I really enjoy going to activities where I can meet up with friends and meet new people. They also attend medical appointments with me...”
“I need full support with washing and dressing, but I also look forward to a cup of tea and a chat with my Support Worker...”
“Having a Support Worker has given me the confidence to investigate my options for a holiday this year...”
Would you Welcome Support?
Would you Welcome Support to live life to the full?
You can’t always to be there to support and care for a relative with learning difficulties. So when you need a break, want some extra support, or are looking for a regular companion, we can help.
Our clients come from all walks of life and exhibit all types of behaviours. What makes us different is that we want every one of our clients to get out and do what they enjoy. When you are active and busy, you feel like part of a community and lead a more fulfilling life.
Our expertise helps us get know our clients individually, finding out what makes them tick and then creating a plan that suits their needs and preferences. Whether that’s going to watch a football match at the stadium, meeting up with family, or simply feeding the ducks in the park – we can plug into our range of service (such as transport) and make it happen.
Find out more information on our learning disabilities support services.