Supporting People with Learning Disabilities

Care Providers ~ The Care Division
Learning Disability Care Specialists

We are care and support providers specialising in domiciliary care. We deliver support to adults and children with learning disabilities and other complex needs, who live in the Dorset, Southampton, Hampshire, and Surrey areas.

We are registered with the Care Quality Commission and our services are rated "GOOD".

All our staff are trained by our in-house training team in order that we can assure the quality of training delivered and deliver the bespoke training courses our clients need. Our staff are all experienced in supporting people with learning disabilities and other complex needs.

We have a great deal of knowledge and experience throughout the team in supporting people with a wide range of disabilities and syndromes, including the autistic spectrum, mental health needs, and other complex needs such as Acquired Brain Injury and complex health needs.

However, we recognise that each and every person is an individual with their own unique needs and aspirations, therefore each individual has a package of support that is tailor made to meet their specific wants, needs, and requirements.

We will tell you more about who we are and what we do throughout the website, but we would like you to understand that in working in partnership with The Care Division, we can make a real and positive difference to the lives of the people we support.

We will support individuals to have every opportunity to live happy, rewarding lives - as part of their local community.

Care Training Courses

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About our Services

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