People We Support


We support a range of clients who have their own diverse support needs. Their needs can be one or many of those mentioned below:

  • Deaf
  • Deafened
  • Hard of hearing
  • Hearing impaired
  • Blind
  • Deaf-Blind
  • Visually impaired
  • Physically disabled
  • Learning disabilities
  • Elderly
  • Mental health
  • Transitions for young adults


What is Re-ablement?

Re-ablement is all about people being given the opportunity and support to remain living at home, to achieve maximum independence, to prevent hospital admissions (or re-admissions) and when appropriate, reduce the level of social care needed. Re-ablement ensures individuals can be discharged from hospital appropriately, safely and efficiently. This encourages people who have lost their skills for daily living, to re-learn them (or to acquire new skills). Re-ablement is aimed at adults over 18 who are at significant risk of losing their safety and independence.

Re-ablement aims to:

  • prevent hospital admissions
  • speed up discharges from hospitals
  • reduce the need for home care
  • support people to be as independent as possible and regain daily living skills
  • support people in a residential setting who would like to┬áreturn to live in their own home

For further information or to make a referral please give us a call on 01604 962744 or email us on