Supporting opportunity,
choice and success

We’re an accredited, nationally recognised learning disability service provider with 90 services in England, Scotland and Wales. We provide tailored support and accommodation in residential and supported living services, as well as short breaks and community support.

Consensus supports over 500 adults with learning disability, autism and complex needs. The people we support may also have additional physical and cognitive needs and behaviours which others may find challenging.

While the majority of our services are for adults, we also provide a service for children and young adults. Another specialist service we provide is for people with the rare genetic condition, Prader-Willi Syndrome. We’re passionate about enabling the individuals we support to live a meaningful, fulfilling life. We use person centred planning, putting them at the heart of everything we do. They play an active part in decisions about how they want to live their life, and the goals they want to achieve.


We are 96.8% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Care Inspectorate Wales, Ofsted and The Scottish Care Inspectorate

Meeting the challenges
facing commissioners

We appreciate the huge pressures that commissioners face. That’s why we work collaboratively with local authorities and clinical commissioning groups up and down the UK to identify local needs and answer them with quality, value for money – and timely – solutions. That can mean developing brand new services or evolving and enhancing existing ones to meet local gaps in the market and the Transforming Care Agenda.


Success is at the heart of everything we do




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