Devon & Plymouth
Supported living and enabling support
We design our services with the people we support and their families, so the support we provide reflects how someone chooses to live their life. Crucially we work with the people we support, from 4 to 24 hours per day, to support increasing independence, enabling people to live with the least reliance on paid support as possible.
Children and families
We already support up to 40 children and young people with learning disabilities and autism in neighbouring Cornwall, and are looking to develop support opportunities for families in Devon and Plymouth too. We work alongside families to build a package of support that fits their unique circumstances.
We’re open to talk to families and local authority commissioners about providing 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, offering opportunities for the young person to spend time away from home, try new activities, increase independence, and make new friends.
We work alongside the family unit, ensuring that wherever possible, families choose their own staff and design support which fits around them, allowing the young person, their parents, and siblings to be families first.
Devon & Plymouth area office
19 E & F Normandy Way
Walker Lines Industrial Estate
Regional Director – Lynn Toman
If you'd like to chat to someone about a service, contact Tracy Date on:
If you'd like to make a referral, please download and complete the referral form (pdf) and email back to Laura Lutey.
Alternatively, you can post your referral to the Cornwall office.