Welcome to the Consensus Support website. Here you can find information and guidance relating to all aspects of support for you or your loved one, along with full details of our support services in your area. Consensus offers both residential and supported living services to individuals with a learning disability.
Consensus is an award winning independent provider of support services for individuals with a learning disability and additional needs.
We provide person-centred services for people with learning disabilities and additional health and social care needs.
Consensus specialises in providing a person-centred service to individuals who would benefit from specialist support so that they can achieve greater independence and quality of life.
The specialist support that we provide is for people who have a broad range of learning disabilities including some of the following:
Each person supported by Consensus is allocated a Key Worker. A Key Worker is responsible for working with you to help co-ordinate your transition and on-going support. This support is outlined in a Person Centred Plan that puts you at the centre of your support and helps you to make choices about different areas of your life, including:
- Becoming more independent
- Finding things to do that you enjoy
- Making new friends and meet new people
- Developing daily living skills
- Finding a college, sports club or social and skills centre
- Finding a job
- Being part of your community
- Being happy
- Managing your money
- Going on holiday
- Being healthy
Your person centred plan is all about you. It helps us to know what was important to you in the past, what is important to you now and what will be important to you in the future. It will help us to support you to ‘get the life you want.’
Consensus services are located throughout England, Wales and Scotland.
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