We provide a range of different types of housing, including:
Supported housing with care
Residential care homes
Housing management services
Many of our services are set in shared houses, where residents have their own bedroom or apartment. We also have larger fully accessible, purpose-built apartment buildings, where people have their own flats and access to communal facilities.
Our properties are all located in residential areas, close to local amenities, leisure facilities and employment opportunities.
All our properties offer a safe and homely environment, with personalised care and support delivered onsite. This ensures that everyone who lives with us has a home that meets their needs, so they can live as independently as possible.
You can find out more about each of our housing options below.
Residents in supported housing either rent a bedroom on a licence agreement, or a flat on a tenancy agreement, while receiving support to build their confidence and gain the essential life skills needed to live independently.
Individuals are responsible for their own bills and cost of living, which is usually paid for by the benefits they receive and can be topped up by earnings from any employment.
Supported housing with care
These services are similar to supported housing services, but they are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), so that our teams can also provide personal care. These services are for people with people with medium or higher-level support needs, who have their own tenancy.
A resident may move into one of these services if they need some level of care, but they want to live more independently – for example, if they have previously lived with family, or if they no longer require residential care.
Our residential care homes are a long-term housing option for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities or mental health needs, who are unable to manage their own tenancy and who require a higher level of care and support, with staff onsite 24 hours a day.
Residents are encouraged to live as independently as possible and enjoy active social lives - both within the home and in the local community. It’s also possible for some people to move out of residential care and into supported housing services with care, as their skills and independence improve.
Some of our supported housing services just provide housing management support. This means residents receive only a few hours of support a week (depending on need) to help them maintain their tenancy.
Housing management support may include how to manage finances, such as budgeting and benefits, and tenancy support, including paying rent and bills.
Our retirement properties provide one and two-bedroom apartments with a range of onsite communal facilities, as well as high-quality care and support, for people aged 55+ and those with long-term care needs.
Residents can live independently in a purpose-built retirement community of like-minded people, with the added peace of mind that the care team is available 24 hours a day if needed.
Whether someone needs support to live independently, or to manage higher care and support needs, we have a housing option that suits, and we’re here every step of the way.
We want everyone who lives in one of our services to feel at home, knowing that they live somewhere that meets their needs, and that our teams can support them on their pathways for independence.