We support vulnerable young people with complex needs to live as independently as possible and as part of the wider community.
We specialise in supporting young people with a learning disability, challenging behaviour, autism, Asperger’s, Prada Willis syndrome, mental health issues, physical disabilities, victims of domestic abuse, care leavers, young offenders and substance misuse.
Our vision is holistic, embracing not just material needs, but all aspects of a person’s life from health and education to social and vocational skills as well as recreation and leisure. Acquiring the skills and ability to achieve independence on individual terms is a necessity for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.
We pride ourselves in high quality, community-based independent living options for vulnerable young people.
We support young people to learn to live independently in the community so that they can develop their skills.