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Discover our 8 residential and supported living services, including our day centre for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs, including Prader-Willi Syndrome located in the Wales. Scroll down to search by county, how to make a referral and see all our regional news, including new services.

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Peter Snelling
Director of Operations – Wales

Katie’s parents are delighted with how well she is doing. Mum knows that she can trust the team to support Katie live an independent life at Parklands


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We currently have placements available within the service, to discuss further please call 0808 223 5320.


 

NEW service now open.

This new supported living service consists of 6 bedrooms, offering support and accommodation for adults with learning disabilities and autism who wish to live their life more independently but with the dedicated support they need.

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Meet Marta our referrals and partnership manager for Wales. Talk to Marta about how we can find the right placements to support peoples bespoke needs.

CONTACT THE TEAM 

Our Operational Team for Wales is lead by Katy Preedy who ensures best practice and compliance across the region and within our services.

MEET THE TEAM 

Talk to Guy about planning and delivering new services and models of care to meet your local commissioning needs and challenges.

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The team support specific regions, building up strong relationships with the services they support as well as the individuals and colleagues they work with.

MEET THE TEAM

View our other Your Local Consensus regions to see more services, news, teams and search by county.

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Good luck to our 17 finalists at the Learning Disability & Autism Awards
Awards

As headline sponsor for the LD & Autism Awards, which celebrates excellence in the support for people with learning disabilities and pays tribute to those individuals or organisations who excel in providing quality care, Consensus wish the finalists across all…

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Celebrating 40 years of positive changes in supporting people with PWS
General

On 5th January 1982, Gretton House first opened as a service supporting people with learning disabilities. The first individual with the rare genetic condition Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) was welcomed in 1983. Over the past 40 years, Consensus Gretton has supported…

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Liam wins Frontline Leaders Award at the Great British Care Awards in Wales
Awards

Many congratulations to Liam Lewis, Service Manager at Parklands in Newport, who is a worthy winner of the Frontline Leaders Award at the Wales regional final of the Great British Care Awards. ­ This award is given to a supervisor,…

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