We support more than 150 adults with acquired brain injury in their own homes or our supported living projects, offering people the chance to live in the community but with all the support they need up to 24 hours a day. We are constantly evolving to seek new and imaginative solutions for people with disabilities, ensuring greater choice and control, and supporting individuals to live as independently as possible.
In our supported living projects we work in partnership with housing associations, offering accommodation with 24 hour shared support provided by our specially trained staff teams.
Our staff teams can also deliver one to one support to individuals who have their own accommodation.
We support individuals to develop their own person-centred support plan which embraces their lifestyle choices, and includes input from including family members and professional stakeholders involved in their care.
Good support planning and effective partnership working ensures that professionals and support staff gain a full understanding of the person and their lifestyle choices. "
For information about our community services, including queries about which services might be most appropriate call them on 0330 0581 881, email Business.Development@thedtgroup.org, or by post:
The Disabilities Trust – Business Development Team
3 Westgate Court, Silkwood Park
Wakefield, WF5 9TJ
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The Care Quality Commission (CQC) found that the North West Community services were ‘Good’ in all five categories inspected. This domiciliary service supports people with a range of disabilities including acquired brain injury , learning disabilities, sensory impairment, physical disabilities and autism.Read More