We provide a wide range of person-centred services across the Bristol area, supporting adults and children with learning disabilities and autism.
We will support you in your own home – how much support you receive will depend on your own needs. Some people have support 24 hours a day, other people only have a few hours each week. We support people who live in shared accommodation and people who choose to live on their own.
Accommodation with support (previously known as registered care)
All of our homes are different, just as everyone living in them is different. We provide individual services so that everyone is free to live the life they choose. You will be supported to do the things you want to achieve. Some of our homes provide nursing care for people who have complex health needs.
We support people to manage their own homes and keep their tenancy. We can support people who are already in their home or support people to find a new home.
Community team services
We support people to access their community to make positive outcomes a reality. We provide opportunities for people to develop their social interests and to build their confidence and self-esteem, through activities that make them feel valued.
We have a range of enterprises that provide opportunities for individuals to develop their skills and life experience. All our social enterprises are based within the community whether you want paid work, to learn how to be more independent, or provide a service in your community.
Children, young people, and families
We're already supporting a small number of children and young people with learning disabilities and autism in Bristol and are looking to extend our offer to more families.
We can provide regular weekly support in the family home and local community, from a few hours per week to 24/7 support, depending on assessed need. We can design short breaks on a bespoke or small group basis.
Where we can secure sponsorship or grant funding, we're able to run our summer residential activity holidays at Woodhouse Park Scout Activity Centre in Almondsbury. These activity holidays offer opportunities for young people to spend time away from home, make friends, and get involved in activities such as climbing, archery, cooking, crafts, and trampolining.
At Brandon's Elm Tree Farm in Stapleton, we run a holiday club for children and young people aged 11-18 years who have mild or moderate learning disabilities or autism. The club, which operates during school holidays, provides an opportunity for children and young people to make friends, try new activities, and learn new skills. Activities are farm-based and include animal care, gardening, crafts, and woodwork.
Bristol area office
0117 907 7200
Area Manager - Stuart Robbins
07464 670 383
If you'd like to chat about a service, contact Tracy Date on:
07464 670 839
If you'd like to make a referral, download and complete the referral form (pdf) and email back to:
Alternatively, you can post your referral to the office.