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Learning disability services

We provide supported living to those who may be older, have learning disabilities, physical disabilities and associated mental health needs.


We have a number of small homes that offer residential or respite care for people with profound and multiple disabilities, offering the support needed for people to live as independently as possible.

CQC rating GOOD

The Supported Living Network


personalised service you can truly rely on

The people we support can rest assured that we will respect their individuality, understand their current support needs, and, very importantly, focus on their development.


We listen carefully to our residents and their families, so that we can learn and tailor our service to them. We carefully consider everything, from their life history and experiences, to their daily habits and hobbies. We encourage and support everyone in our care to take an active role in the running of the homes and the wider organisation, wherever possible.


Our colleagues are trained to deliver a wide range of support, including: intimate and personal care, supporting behaviour that can be challenging, developing independence and confidence, supporting positive relationships and communication.

Supporting people to live their best lives

We support adults of varying needs and abilities to live their best lives.

When it comes to our support packages, we are completely led by the person who requires support, because one-size-fits all isn’t how we do things. Every individual is different, so the support they receive should be too.

The people who use this service are those who wish to live their lives with the greatest self-sufficiency possible and to take their place as active citizens in the community, while receiving the correct support in their day to day lives.

Discover 3L Care

We Change Lives are excited to introduce you to 3L Care, a valuable addition to our family of services that provide residential nursing and social care for adults living with acquired brain injury, complex health needs, and learning and physical disabilities

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