We are care providers with a Head Office in Poole, Dorset and branches in Dorchester and Southampton, specialising in domiciliary care and support to adults and children with learning disabilities, who live in the Dorset and Hampshire area, and we are registered with the Care Quality Commission.
Because all of our care work is within this field, with all of our staff trained by our in-house care training company, Care-Ability Training Ltd and all of them experienced in the learning disability care sector, we have a great deal of knowledge across a wide range of disabilities and syndromes incorporating the whole of the autistic spectrum. However, each of our clients have individual needs and each has a package of support that is tailored to meet their specific requirements.
We tell you more about who we are and what we do on these pages, but the main thing we would like you to take away with you is that whoever we are supporting, our principle aim is to ensure that we are helping our clients to live happy and rewarding lives as part of their local community.
Nicola and Nicole from our Poole office are taking on the mammoth Olympian White Water Rafting challenge on 14th May to raise funds for Rett UK, a non-profit organisation which supports people with Rett syndrome - a severe, lifelong neurological disorder. You can find out more about Rett UK and the challenge, and make a donation in support of the girls here.
Did you know that we also have a dedicated care training company offering all manner of care training courses? To find out more click here or the image above.
Using chopsticks with your toes
Mat Fraser and Liz Carr on the best way to 'access' food if you're disabled - archive from Nov 2010
[New Ouch] 29-01-2016
I am a patient with a learning...
Three people with a learning disability die unnecessarily every day. If staff had the right training, this could be stoppedI know...
[The Guardian | Learning Disability] 27-01-2016
The inclusive ballet school: 'It's the...
Five-year-old Sophie is one of many disabled, ill and non-disabled children who have learned to dance at the Flamingo Chicks...
[The Guardian | Learning Disability] 26-01-2016
A colouring book for blind people
Something that on the face of it sounds unworkable might just have some merit
[New Ouch] 22-01-2016