Our Residential Homes provide 24/7 specialised support and facilities for adults with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions, and complex needs those who may also have complex needs and challenging behaviours, mental health challenges, are deaf and/or blind.
We believe finding the right residential care home is about more than finding a place to live, which is why all of ours are as unique as the people we support. But one thing is always the same – our incredible teams.
Our team members are so proud and passionate about helping everyone we support to live as independently and fulfilled lives as possible, and they do this by ensuring you have a person-centered plan that we’ll build together.
In all our adult residential care homes, we offer a breadth of activities to give you and your loved ones the opportunity to engage with new experiences. You’ll also be encouraged and supported to become an active member of your local community and enjoy all it has to offer, whether that’s a trip to the local restaurant, becoming a member of a new club or engaging with educational and or employment opportunities.
You’ll also have access to the latest equipment and technology to ensure you can live your life exactly how you wish. Whether you need an accessible bathroom, stimulating sensory rooms, hydrotherapy options, hoists, ceiling tracking to name just a few – we’ll always make sure you have everything you need to make your space your own.
Click below for more information about residential care, who it’s for and how much it will cost – including how we can support you with funding and finding the perfect home for you or someone you care for, wherever you are in England or Wales.
Residential care is a more supervised support option that gives you peace of mind that you’ll always 24/7 support.
Residential care homes usually accommodate several individuals who each have their own bedroom, but perhaps share communal areas including the lounge, living room, dining space and kitchen facilities. There may also be shared bathroom facilities.
But having 24/7 support in a residential care home doesn’t mean limited independence. We actively encourage everyone we support to live as active a lifestyle as they wish and to achieve their full potential, through participation in the activities that they are interested in.
One benefit of residential care is that there can be a bigger choice of facilities available at the home. For example, some of our residential homes have on-site swimming pools, sensory gardens, rooms and more. There’s also sometimes more scope for social interaction as there are more people living at the home than there might be in a supported living setting.
We can help you if you’re an adult over the age of 18, or soon to be, and are looking for somewhere to live that gives you 24/7 support. Here at Achieve together, we’re proud to support adults with learning disabilities and autism spectrum conditions, who may also have complex needs and challenging behaviours, mental health challenges, are deaf and/or blind.
To access a residential care home, you’ll need to consider how you’ll fund your support. You should speak to your social care worker and/or healthcare providers about this as they’ll be able to work with you to agree on what funding they can provide you with.
If you’d like us to help you arrange this, just contact our Referrals Hub. Our assessments and placements team will be happy to guide you through the process with you and your social worker.
We can help you with every stage of your journey towards living in one of our residential care homes. This could be:
Our homes offer specialised services, too. We partner with many local and national organisations and experts to create your own team of dedicated professionals. This can include language and speech therapists, dementia experts, support for end of life and specialist providers for people with profound and complex needs.
We’re proud that many of our homes are rated either ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’, so you know you’re always in safe hands when you choose Achieve together.