In 1995 we opened our first location for people with complex needs. Over 25 years later and we’ve grown to become the UK’s largest supported living specialist, and are proud to help almost 5,000 people to live more fulfilling, independent lives.
Although the world has changed a lot in the past quarter of a century, our fundamental beliefs are still the same.
Lifeways is the UK’s leading team of support professionals for adults with diverse and complex needs living fulfilling and independent lives in the community.
We put the person at the heart of everything. And we do everything we can to help those with complex needs to lead independent, fulfilling and happy lives. We’re proud to be known for providing extraordinary support, and for celebrating the positivity, individuality, and ambition of each person. If you’d like to know more about Lifeways:
The Lifeways Group contains the following specialist organisations that deliver high-quality care in the community across the UK:
Autism Care provides specialist support for people living with autism, learning disabilities and associated complex needs. We offer a range of bespoke, high quality and sustainable support pathways that focus on individual outcomes and independence at all stages of life. Our support includes registered residential care, supported living both as an individual or as part of a group, and outreach and daytime support.
Integra offers three specialist residential locations for adults with moderate to severe learning difficulties, autism and complex needs in the Southampton area. Our team is highly skilled and experienced in providing personalised, outcome-driven support in accommodation that is designed to feel like home.
Living Ambitions delivers a diverse range of bespoke services across the UK including supported living, residential care, outreach services, respite care and support at home, with the aim of helping people live as independently as possible.
Care Solutions provides individually-tailored care in supported living settings, small registered care homes and also for people living in their family home. We support adults living with learning and physical disabilities, mental health support and autism, and our approach is always personalised and flexible to each individual.
Future Home Care
Future Home Care supports adults living with physical and learning difficulties, mental health and autism to live with a high degree of independence in the home of their choosing, enabling them to have choice and control over their lives. From a few hours a week to 24-hour care, our support provides an alternative to residential care or long-stay hospital care. We also offer a short break and respite service for families.
SIL provides specialist support and recovery services for people with enduring mental health needs, supporting them in the transition from institutional environments back into their own home within the community.