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Ability provides housing and support services to disabled people living in the South of England. They work in London, Essex, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey, Dorset, and West Sussex.
Advance Housing provide a range of housing options for people with disabilities, learning disabilities, mental health conditions, and age related needs. From shared homes to shared ownership, supported living to state of the art developments, Advance Housing have expertise in providing high quality homes that meet their customers' individual…
The development provides one and two bedroom apartments for rent and shared ownership alongside on-site care and support services.  Designed with immediate and longer-term needs in mind, Alice Bye Court offers independent living with the benefit of the use of the schemes extensive communal facilities To apply for a rental apartment…
Audrey Needham House is an extra care sheltered scheme with 39 self contained flats.  All the flats have a kitchen, lounge, separate bedroom and a bathroom with a walk in shower.  Two flats have double bedrooms and there are five specially adapted wheelchair flats on…
Beech House is a lovely residential home which provides individual support to six people with autism and challenging behaviour. Voyage Care has been supporting people who have learning disabilities, autism, head and spinal injuries and other complex disabilities for over 20 years.  Any amount of…
Charity providing a high-quality community-based service for people with a learning disability who require support in their lives. Clients are helped to become more independent and take control of their own lives. There are many activities on site as well as off site for Day Service…
Dimensions also provide: support for people living in their own homes or in shared housing support for people to find and maintain suitable accommodation a team of support advisors to help individuals and their families with a personal budget transition support for young people leaving school…
Extra Care schemes provide accommodation with a range of support facilities on site, for people with a social care need.  This gives peace of mind that care is available when it's required. The Extra Care schemes are designed to enable independent living, and have a…
If you have a long-term disability, the HOLD scheme in England could help you buy any home for sale on a shared ownership basis (part-rent/part-buy). You could buy a share of your home (between 25% and 75% of the home’s value) and pay rent on the…
Mulberry Court is a Retirement Living scheme in the centre of Newbury and consists of 23 flats (19 two-bedroom flats and four one-bedroom flats) which are located on three floors with lift access.  Flats benefit from their own entrance accessed via an internal corridor for…
Nevil Court is a sheltered scheme with 52 self contained flats. All the flats have a separate bedroom, bathroom, lounge and kitchen. All flats are unfurnished. There is a wide range of activities going on in the scheme that residents are welcome to join including: weekly…
Redwood House consists of 25 one and 21 two bedroom apartments for rent, with on-site facilities including a restaurant, shop, hair salon and communal lounge.  A range of day-time activities and groups will also be available in the shared lounge area. Are you, or a…
Choice Care Group specialises in providing care services in Berkshire, which have been specifically tailored to support people aged 16 plus all the way into adult life. Our focus is on enabling individuals to lead a full and active life and become as independent as…
Retirement and extra care housing for over 60's. Properties locally: Hanover Green, Stockcross, Newbury Hanover Mead, Newbury Williows Court, Pangbourne Condor Close, Tilehurst Hanover Court, Caversham Burrcroft Court, Reading
Richmond Fellowship offers 13 units of supported housing in Newbury to people living with mental health problems. Providing flexible support packages tailored to meet individual needs ranging from long term intensive support for up to 2 year to brief solution focused interventions. The service helps…
Sovereign Housing Association offer three different kinds of specialist housing for older people and people with mental health or learning disabilities: Older persons housing – for people over the age of 55 Extra care housing – for older people who need more support Specialist supported…
Services include: Supported living and domiciliary care - supported living services for people with learning disabilities to help them live more independently. Leisure - a mixture of on and off-site activities at Hft's Milton Heights site, including activities promoting health, well-being and maintaining mobility such as keep-fit, dance, football,…
What are the different types of supported housing? You might think about supported housing if you are finding it difficult to manage in your own home and need more support. There are different types of supported housing, which offer different levels of support. For example,…
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