Our ‘All about you’ services are bespoke; therefore, we can support a wide range of needs, from supported living with limited practical support to complex care needs or enabling you to transition from long-term placements to homes of your own. We deliver housing and support services working in partnership with clinicians.
• We identify and respond to your issues
• Assist you to develop your own individualised pathway in full consultation with family/friends and other professionals
• Enable you to develop your confidence and maintain your dignity, by retaining control of your independence
• Provide you opportunities to choose the most suitable recreational, educational and employment opportunities that are available
• Provide you access to appropriate health and social care services;
• Offer you a range of high-quality housing options
• Provide you experienced and committed staff that have the appropriate expertise and training;
• Promote a culture of continual learning within the staff team and foster continual improvement in our service delivery to you
• Operate accordingly within the relevant legislative framework and policy guidance
We deliver safe, comfortable, stable and secure support of the highest standard and put people at the centre of everything we do. Our services are delivered flexibly, attentively and we work hard to ensure people sustain high-quality living at all stages.
We support people to live as independently as possible. Our ground-breaking service will provide an exceptional level of care and support for people with varying supported living needs. Enabling all we serve to live satisfying and meaningful lives.
ACS Plus supported living services. We provide exceptional support for people with varying supported living needs. We provide the right support living services for Adults 18+ helping people to live as independently as possible in their communities.
We support people who have:
Autism spectrum conditions
Mental health needs
- Young people leaving care
Young people with complex needs
Gang-involved young people
Parents and baby
Enduring, complex and neurodivergent requirements
Single units, over 50’s
Transition to independence units