Achieve together emergency placements: 40+

Achieve together services for those over 40 with capacity for emergency placements

Please see below the Achieve together services with capacity for emergency placements for older people

For a full list of all available placements, please click here

If you are interested in any of these placements, please contact our Referrals Team:

T: 07793 804 065

E: Referrals@achievetogether.co.uk

Residential

Two Wells, Cranborne, Dorset- 1st floor room available. Two Wells is a residential service specifically dedicated to providing support to adults aged 40-50 with learning disabilities, mental health needs, behaviours that may challenge, autism spectrum conditions and epilepsy. Click here for more information

Winston Lodge, Waterlooville, Hampshire. Winston Lodge is a specialist residential service supporting adults aged 40+ with learning disabilities, mental health and epilepsy. Click here for more information

The Ridge, Hastings, East Sussex. Residential service for adults aged 40+ with learning disabilities, mobility difficulties, communication and sensory impairments, complex health needs including epilepsy and early-onset dementia. Click here for more information

Supported Living

22A Carden Avenue, Hove. 24-hour, supporting living service for adults aged 40+ with learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism spectrum conditions, behaviour that may challenge, emotional needs and complex health needs. Click here for more information

Manor Green Road, Epsom. Manor Green Road is a specialist supported living service for adults aged 40+ with learning disabilities and mental health needs. Click here for more information.

Norbury Avenue, Croydon. Supported living service for adults aged 40+ with learning disabilities, mental health needs and autism spectrum conditions. Click here for more information

St Nicholas Glebe, Wandsworth. St Nicholas Glebe is a supported living service for adults aged 50+ with learning disabilities, autism spectrum conditions, and mental health needs. In particular, specific individuals may come to the service following a history of difficulties in the community and this will be a key part of their support. Click here for more information

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