Unique, dedicated support for a rare condition

Consensus Gretton provide dedicated and unique support and accommodation for people with PWS.  With an in-depth understanding of this rare, genetic condition we have a reputation for providing a high standard and best practice in PWS support.   As well as helping to meet individual needs, our teams nurture each person’s strengths and abilities while understanding and managing their daily emotional, physical, behavioural and social challenges.

We have residential services in Northamptonshire, Peterborough and Scotland and a supported living service in Essex for those who would benefit from a greater level of independence. Our homely and supportive services are in attractive rural and town locations and are close to a range of local facilities, so the individuals we support can lead a meaningful and fulfilling life in their local community.  We use person centred planning to enable people to work towards the goals they wish to achieve.

As innovative and forward thinking we actively drive PWS provision forward by developing new services which meet a diversity of need.  We have also developed downloadable support and guidance materials as referenced on our site.


About Prader-Willi Syndrome

Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) is a rare genetic condition, affecting an estimated 1500 – 2000 people in the UK of all ages. Individuals are restricted in their daily life through their insatiable appetites and they may experience other complications, such as restricted growth and behavioural problems.




Dedicated support from our teams

Meet the dedicated PWS teams delivering the highest standard of support for the people who live in our homes.




What’s happening around Consensus Gretton

Browse all the latest news across Consensus Gretton covering events, awards, achievements and showcasing the differences we have made to peoples’ lives.



Tony’s Story

As a very articulate and caring young man Tony at just 23 was living with PWS and learning disability in his local community in his own flat.


Karen’s Story

When we first met Karen, her overeating had become out of control resulting in her weighing almost 22 stone.