Our residential homes provide help and support allowing our adults to live safely and as independently as possible. We have a number of homes providing residential care services for people with Autism. Each home is registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission to provide personal care. Each residential home is managed by a Registered Residential Manger who is supported by an Assistant Manager to operate the service.

All our houses have been carefully planned and furnished to create an autism friendly environment which is comfortable and welcoming for the people who live there. Our aim is to provide a residential service which offers the following positive characteristics:

  • In-depth assessment and care planning process.
  • Full involvement of the person with autism and their families in their service.
  • A flexible, personalised service which offer value for money. 
  • 24-hour programme of support designed to meet agreed outcomes.
  • A well trained, motivated and consistent staff team offering practical and emotional support.
  • A well-structured and supportive environment.

We offer a wide range of different accommodation to take account of individuals’ need, from those who need high levels of support, to those who are able to take increasing responsibility for their budget and daily living needs. Each of our residential homes is spacious shared accommodation ranging in size from our smallest home which has three residential places to our largest home which has six residential places. Each individual has their own bedroom and shared access to the communal areas of the home.

Click here to view all our CQC reports. 

For more information about Adult Residential Care please call:

Jackie Herbison, Operations Manager on 0191 514 3083 or email