Services, News, Team
Discover our 28 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 Midlands and North
At Pendle Gardens we want people to feel part of the local community that they are living in and to enable that we support people to engage in meaningful activities e.g. charity work and taking part in localised activities.
Perrywood House is a specialist residential service supporting adults with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS). We currently have a placement available within the service, to discuss further please call 0808 223 5320
Services in the Midlands and the North Region
Brand new service in Barrowford now open!
One of the challenges for commissioners in Lancashire has been to identify a provision in the community that can meet the needs of individuals with very complex needs. Watch as our video discusses the innovations behind our brand new ‘one of a kind’ development.
Our Referrals Team
Our referrals team are here to help. Talk to Marta about your local commissioning needs and how we can find the right placements to support individual’s bespoke needs.
New Developments and Partnerships in the Midlands and the North
Talk to Ray about planning and delivering new services and models of care to meet your local commissioning needs and challenges.
News from around the region
James who lives at De Parys in Bedford, has been a big fan of Harry Potter from a very young age. During a discussion with his key worker James said he would love to visit ‘Harry Potter World’, at the…Read More
Polwell Lane, in Kettering, Northamptonshire, which specialises in residential support and accommodation for five people with learning disabilities and complex needs including Autism and Asperger’s syndrome, celebrated recently having been rated as ‘Outstanding’ for being responsive and Good’ overall, according…Read More