As a CQC registered care agency, we can provide supported living accommodation anywhere in England and Wales for children and adults who need a safe and supportive place to live.

Properties are set up to cater to a specific specialist need. Each home has a clinical director who supervises a team of nurses and an in-house therapist. We have ensuite rooms available and properties with gardens that residents can enjoy.

What we offer

We can support people of any age with a broad range of needs. We work closely alongside the Care Quality Commision (CQC), Ofsted, local authorities, case managers, the NHS and hospital discharge teams to provide joined-up care.

  • Children aged 3+ and adults
  • Those with complex conditions
  • People living with learning disabilities
  • Individuals with mental health needs
  • Transgender, non-binary and gender diverse people
  • Young people requiring educational support

Specialist supported living

Each property specialises in helping people with specific needs, whether they’re living with dementia, have long-term complex conditions, or a sensory or physical impairment.

  • TDDI administration
  • Learning difficulties and autism
  • Acquired brain injuries
  • Complex care, long-term conditions
  • Audio or visual impairment
  • End-of-life/palliative care

Youth services

Making sure young people get the right support during their stay with us is our top priority. We can offer solo or shared placements on a short or long-term basis for people aged 16-18.

  • Emergency placements
  • Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
  • Flexible placements
  • 24-hour services
  • Behaviour support
  • Places for individuals on probation

Help with challenging behaviour

Challenging behaviour often stems from issues with self-esteem, communication, or difficulty regulating emotions. We help people to manage challenging behaviour and go on to thrive.

  • People who misuse drugs or alcohol
  • People detained under the Mental Health Act
  • Individuals with an eating disorder
  • Those with learning difficulties or autism spectrum disorder
  • Step-down service following a crisis
  • Those living with dementia

Community-based support

We offer community based outreach services to help people to access the help and care they need to live independently. We support both acute and long term conditions.

  • Mental health
  • Learning disabilities
  • Substance misuse
  • Healthcare consultations
  • Medical treatment
  • Mobile doctor


As well as helping people with their physical and mental health needs, we also run activities to help residents to learn new skills and build their independence.

  • Support with life skills
  • Food preparation
  • Shopping and budgeting
  • IT skills (computers provided)
  • Community outreach
  • Outdoor activities
Contact us for available placements