Supported Living

Supported Living gives adults with disabilities the level of independence, choice and control that most people want in their lives.

What is Supported Living?

Supported Living gives adults with disabilities the level of independence, choice and control that most people want in their lives.

The person can be supported to live in their own home, either by themselves or sharing with others who also need support. The house may be owned by a housing association or a private landlord, and the person will have their own tenancy agreement.

It provides people with their own support staff, with the level of support being dependant on their needs.

Quite often but not exclusively, supported living offers 24 hour support (including out of hours emergency) and can include support with personal care, emotional support, financial matters, and domestic tasks including cooking meals as well as many other things.

Our support is personalised and centred around the needs of the person, nobody else.

  • Benefits of the service

    We support people to take control of their lives. Supported Living is not just for people who are more independent, anybody can be supported to live in their own home.

    We support people to take measured risks, with a safe and supportive team around them.

    We support people to access their local community, make new friends as well as maintain existing friendships. We will support people to engage in meaningful daytime activities.