Services, News, Team
Discover our 33 residential and supported living services for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs, including Prader-Willi Syndrome. Scroll down to search by region, how to make a referral and see all our regional news, including new services.
Divisional Director for East Anglia and London
We believe that people with complex needs should have the same choices and opportunities to live a meaningful life, close to their families, just as those in less urban areas.
Bear Road has been remodelled and refurbished to create a bespoke registered care setting providing accommodation and support for people with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS). We currently have placements available within the service, to discuss further please call 0808 223 5320.
Services in the East of England and London Region
3 NEW services now open!
We have had to think differently to bring about innovation and change across our operational region and are delighted to share, through a series of interactive tours, videos and interviews how we developed new services in East of England and London.
Our Referrals Team
Our referrals team are here to help. Talk to the team about your local commissioning needs and how we can find the right placements to support individual’s bespoke needs.
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News from around the region
Throughout the COVID pandemic, our referrals team have continued to work in partnership with commissioning authorities to assess new referrals and plan a safe and successful transition into a Consensus service. Matthew, aged 18, with a mild learning disability and…Read More
During these difficult times, our team of Quality Checkers came up with the fantastic idea of creating a virtual 'Consensus Choir'. Our Quality Checkers wanted to get all the services involved to keep the people we support busy and to…Read More
During these difficult times our teams are doing all they can to support the people within our services in innovative, caring and thoughtful ways. Read more about how our support teams in the East of England and London are achieving this.…Read More