As a leading provider we recognise the need to ensure services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism reflect their needs, wishes and ambitions and support everyone to have the greatest possible control over all decision and actions that affect them and how they live their lives. 

How we are meeting the guiding principles of Registering the Right Support

We embrace the principles of the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) policy “Registering the Right Support’ and the ambition to ensure support is non-institutional and provided in a way that is personalised and bespoke to the individual. 

This publication sets out how Consensus as an organisation strives to exceed this expectation, through our national approach to engagement, our regional approach to partnership working and our individualised approach to provision of accommodation and support.




We support the drive for smaller community-based services and non-institutional settings


But we strongly believe that there is not a one size fits all approach


And the best outcomes are achieved by providing personalised and bespoke support