In 2019, we are pleased to be opening three new supported living services, offering individuals the opportunity to live in the community but with the support they need up to 24 hours a day.

The new services are located across the UK; West Sussex, Liverpool and Glasgow. Each service gives its tenants the chance to live in their own homes, on their own terms, and supports them to live as independently as possible.

Mill Road | West Sussex

In this spacious four bedroom bungalow, tenants will share with three others. The home is suitable for people with autism and learning disabilities, and is wheelchair accessible.

A great location, it is close to local amenities in the area. It also offers lovely outside space and communal areas. Staff are on-site 24 hours a day.

Tenancies for this property are with Sunnyvale. The service is open now.

Mill Road
Mill Street, Liverpool

Mill Street | Liverpool

This new build accommodation in Liverpool 8 consists of 13 self-contained one bedroom apartments designed over four floors with full lift access. There are fully accessible flats available.

The accommodation is open to people with brain injury or physical disability and/or sensory impairment. There is a communal lounge and office facilities for tenants.

Close to public transport links, the nearby vibrant city centre and local amenities are easy to reach.

The landlords for the property are Inclusion Housing.The service is opening summer 2019.

Colston Road | Glasgow

A four bedroom shared detached house, this fully refurbished home consists of three en-suites and one room with a separate wet room. There is a wheelchair accessible room available and a modern communal kitchen with adjustable height counter-tops.

The house, suitable for individuals with brain injury, is integrated in the local community allowing the tenants to focus on greater independence.

Tenancies are with Housing Association. The service is opening July 2019.

The services deliver individually tailored support packages of care; by listening to the people and families we support, we shape a service that is as individual as they are, and we make sure each person is involved in their support plan as much as possible. We promote greater independence, confidence and self-esteem, and our support workers enable individuals to do the things that are important to them and help them to achieve their goals.

Whether moving from another supported living facility, transitioning from a larger residential service, or moving out of a family home, we can support each individual every step of the way.

To find out more information on our community services for people with brain injury click here.

For more information on our community services for people with autism click here.

For further information on any of the new supported living services, or to discuss any person you may wish to refer, please contact our friendly team by email: or phone: 0330 058 1881