Who we help
Who We Help
Disabilities usually fall into four categories. Many people have a number of disabilities, some from different categories, which can be hard to work through.

We find staff that we know have the training and/or life experience to support our clients.

If you have a learning disability, we will make things easy to understand so you have a choice and control in your life.
If you have a confirmed mental health diagnosis and need someone who gets it if you’re anxious or having a bad day, we can help.
If you have a disability, it doesn’t mean you can’t decide on things. We will talk to you, not your support worker, about what you want and how you want it.
If you have an acquired brain injury or something like Epilepsy, having somebody who is used to being around conditions like that and who will treat you normally can be half the battle towards feeling like you can trust them and being accepted.