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    We promote the involvement of families, and seek to involve service users in every decision that affects their lives

  • Male service user singing with support worker playing guitar in Shinewater Court music room

    Each of our services provides a range of amenities, activities and training opportunities to develop new and existing skills

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    Staff are committed to respecting service users as individuals and supporting them to achieve their potential

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    We are committed to developing person centred plans to maximise service users' independence

News & Events

Jane Percy House host mini Olympics

Disability-Lifestyles-Jane-Percy-House-MiniOlympics1 Jane Percy House hosted a mini Olympics in honour of the Rio 2016 games, with a special visit from professional darts player Chris Dobey who played against service users.

Victoria House fantastic fun day fundraiser

Disability-Lifestyles-Victoria-House-FunDay4 Victoria House had another successful Fun Day where they raised over £600! Entertainment included a bouncy castle, the Arlie Bird and an American Police car!

Let them eat cake! Wendy turns 80 at Jane Percy House

News-Disability-Lifestyles-Jane-Percy-House-102016_(8) Service user Wendy, who has been living at Jane Percy House since 1995, celebrated her 80th birthday in style with plenty of cake, afternoon tea and a singer who serenaded her.

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Part of The Disabilities Trust, Disability Lifestyles provides specialist services for physically disabled people with complex and high dependency needs. We have 30 years’ experience in tailoring quality support packages for individuals, to enhance their independence and deliver cost effective outcomes in a person-centred environment.

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Case studies

Service user Angela in lounge area at Shinewater Court

Angela Woodhams thought she would never cook a meal again after being paralysed down her left side, but staying in our assisted flat at Shinewater Court in Eastbourne completely changed her mind.

The flat is packed with the latest assistive devices for people with disabilities. Working with occupational therapists, Angela tried out lots of different equipment specially designed for people with disabilities to see what worked best for her.

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