Area offices

Bolton Area Office

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Lynn Black
Tel: 01204 385 920
Email: bolton@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Suite 29, 1-3 The Courtyard
The Valley, Calvin Street
Bolton
BL1 8PB

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

The Lifeways Bolton area office provide services in the following areas: Horwich, Farnworth, West Houghton and Bolton, those services include support for Learning Disabilities, Autism, Mental Health and Acquired Brain Injury.

Whether it’s a few hours support each week to 24/7 care and support, we create innovative, personalised packages of support based around each person’s needs, the budget available and their individual goals.

At the Bolton area office we offer the highest standards of support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives.

Our person-centred approach places individuals at the centre of a local network of expert support which can include their family, carers, care managers and health and social care organisations and professionals.

Enabling every person to reach their full potential

We assist people with a range of needs to live independently and safely in their own home – supporting them to access the social, leisure, education, training, voluntary work and employment opportunities and activities open to all members of the community.

 

Lancashire Area Office

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Paul Bonnell
Tel: 01257 246444
Email: lancashire@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Mitchell House
King Street
Chorley
Lancashire
PR7 3AN

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

The Lifeways Lancashire area office provide services for the following areas: Lancashire, Preston, Accrington, Blackpool, Oswaldwist, Bamber Bridge, Cumbria, Burnley, Morecambe and Cleveley. In those area we our services include, Learning Disabilities, Autism, Mental Health and Acquired Brain Injury

Whether it’s a few hours support each week to 24/7 care and support, we create innovative, personalised packages of support based around each person’s needs, the budget available and their individual goals.

At our Lancashire office our person-centred approach places individuals at the centre of a local network of expert support which can include their family, carers, care managers and health and social care organisations and professionals.

Enabling every person to reach their full potential

We assist people with a range of needs to live independently and safely in their own home – supporting them to access the social, leisure, education, training, voluntary work and employment opportunities and activities open to all members of the community.

At our Lancashire office we offer the highest standards of residential support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives.

The Lancashire office is an ideal stepping stone for young adults in transition from college or children’s services or individuals leaving hospital settings and can provide a pathway to the person having their own local supported living tenancy.

Lifeways Paragon Lancashire Area Office

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Angela Price & Julie Lightbown
Tel: 01257 246 444
Email: paragon@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Mitchell House
King Street
Chorley
Lancashire
PR7 3AN

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

Lifeways Paragon Lancashire Area Office covers a wide area across the North West, including: Blackburn, Darwen, East Lancashire, Wigan, Central Lancashire, St. Helen’s, Central Lancashire and Manchester. The services we provide Include: Learning Disabilities, Autism, Mental Health, Acquired Brain Injury.

At Lifeways Paragon we offer the highest standards of support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives. Lifeways Paragon provide the ideal stepping stone for young adults in transition from college or children’s services or individuals leaving hospital settings and can provide a pathway to the person having their own local supported living tenancy.

Whether it’s supporting people for a few hours each week or 24/7 care and support, we tailor our support to meet a person’s individual needs and goals as they develop and change over time.

We strive to make a difference to every person we support by recruiting a skill matched staff workforce and providing specialist training around the needs of each individual we support.

Cheshire West and East Area Office

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Paula Welsh
Tel: 01513701350
Email: info@livingambitions.co.uk

Where to find us

Laurie Courtney House
23 Greenland Street
Liverpool
L1 0BS

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

Lifeways Cheshire area office provides services for the following areas: Elsmere Port, The Wirral, Flintshire and Cheshire. Services includes: Learning Disabilities, Complex Needs, Neuro Rehabilitation & Acquired Brain Injury, Supported Living, Mental Health, Transitional Support.

We understand how much people value their independence, so our services are specially tailored to help every person we support get the most out of life.

At our Cheshire office we provide support for people living with  physical disabilities and those with learning difficulties.

What sets us apart is our ability to offer a service which is tailored wholly to the needs of each person.

Our team works closely with everyone, identifying their needs and setting workable goals. This approach has had great results in helping people continue living in their own homes who might otherwise have been forced to move into full time residential care. These options allow people to live in a safe and secure environment with quick access to expert assistance whilst retaining control of the lifestyle they want to lead.

At our Cheshire office we offer the highest standards of residential support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives.

Local services include:

Learning disabilities

Complex needs including people with physical disabilities

Acquired brain injury

Supported living

Mental health

Transitional support

Lifeways Inclusive Lifestyles Wirral

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Paula Welsh
Tel: 01517 070 320
Email: inclusivelifestyles@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Laurie Courtney House
23 Greenland Street
Liverpool
L1 0BS

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

Lifeways Inclusive Lifestyles Wirral area office provides services across The Wirral. Our services include: Supported Living, Learning Disabilities, Autism, Acquired Brain Injury, Mental Health

At our Wirral office we enable the people we support to live an active and full life in their community by delivering services which meet their individual needs and aspirations.

Whether it’s a few hours support each week to 24/7 care and support, the Wirral office are create innovative, personalised packages of support based around the person’s needs, the budget available and their individual goals.

Our person-centred approach places individuals at the centre of a local network of expert support which can include their family, carers, care managers and health and social care organisations and professionals.

Enabling every person to reach their full potential

At the Wirral office we assist people with a range of needs to live independently and safely in their own home – supporting them to access the social, leisure, education, training, voluntary work and employment opportunities and activities open to all members of the community.

At the Wirral office we offer the highest standards of residential support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives.

Lifeways Inclusive Lifestyles Wirral is an ideal stepping stone for young adults in transition from college or children’s services or individuals leaving hospital settings and can provide a pathway to the person having their own local supported living tenancy.

Lifeways Independent Living Alliance Liverpool

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Gail Churchill
Tel: 0151 708 2940
Email: ila@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Laurie Courtney House
23 Greenland Street
Liverpool
L1 0BS

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

Lifeways Independent Living Alliance provide services in the following areas: Liverpool, Warrington, Sefton and Manchester, our services include: Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Autism and Acquired Brain Injury.

Lifeways Independent Living Alliance supports people with mental health, acquired brain injuries and complex needs to lead independent, fulfilled lives located in the North West.

At Lifeways Independent Living Alliance We understand that everyone is unique and will need a different and individual approach to support. We involve individuals and families from the start, from identifying goals, involvement in staff selection, identifying existing support networks and discussing any anxieties.  We then develop a support plan that reflects preferences, diversity, strengths and abilities and shows the way you want to be supported to achieve your outcomes.

From help around the home and personal care to accessing the social, educational, employment, leisure and voluntary opportunities open to everyone in your local community, our flexible packages of support are designed to meet individual needs and aspirations as they change.

At Lifeways Independent Living Alliance we offer the highest standards of residential support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives.

Lifeways Natural Networks, Liverpool

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Gail Churchill
Tel: 0151 370 1350
Email: naturalnetworks@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Laurie Courtney House
23 Greenland Street
Liverpool
L1 0BS

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • emotional support, for the people we support and their families
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

Lifeways Natural Networks supports people with mental health, acquired brain injuries and complex needs to lead independent, fulfilled lives. We work within the Wirral area promoting positive mental health by delivering person centred, recovery focused support, which enables you to maximize independence and empowers individuals to think about and plan what they want, now and in the future.

By working in partnership with each person and their network of support – family members, case managers, health and rehabilitation professionals – we are able to plan and deliver successful outcomes.

At Lifeways Natural Networks we understand that everyone is unique and will need a different and individual approach to support. You will be involved at every stage from identifying your goals, involvement in staff selection, identifying existing support networks and any anxieties that you have to develop a support plan that reflects your preferences, diversity, strengths and abilities and shows the way you want to be supported to achieve your outcomes. From help around the home and personal care to accessing the social, educational, employment, leisure and voluntary opportunities open to everyone in your local community, our flexible packages of support are designed to meet individual needs and aspirations as they change.

At Lifeways Natural Networks we offer the highest standards of mental health support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives.

Lifeways Raglin

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Claire Mullarkey
Tel: 0151 707 0320
Email: raglin@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Laurie Courtney House
23 Greenland Street
Liverpool
L1 0BS

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

The Lifeways Raglin area office provides services across the North West including: Liverpool, Sefton, Southport, Knowsley and Warrington. We offer a range of services including Learning Disabilities, Autism, Complex Mental Health, Acquired Brain Injury.

At Lifeways Raglin we want the people we support to truly live their lives, and we empower them to achieve their goals, learn new skills and take positive risks to achieve the outcomes that are important to them. Positive behavioural support and active support underpin everything we do, and our specialist support workers work with each individual and their families to plan a bespoke care pathway.

At Lifeways Raglin we offer the highest standards of support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognie that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives. Lifeays Ragin provide an ideal stepping stone for young adults in transition from college or children’s services or individuals leaving hospital settings and can provide a pathway to the person having their own local supported living tenancy.

Working with individuals and their network of support, we deliver high quality support that transforms everyone’s lives.

Lifeways Independent Living Alliance Manchester

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Gail Churchill
Tel: 0151 708 2940
Email: gail.churchill@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

451 Victoria Avenue
Manchester
Lancashire
M9 8PJ

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

Lifeways Independent Living Alliance provide services across Manchester. Our services include: Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Autism and Acquired Brain Injury.

Lifeways Independent Living Alliance Manchester supports people with mental health, acquired brain injuries and complex needs to lead independent, fulfilled lives located in the North West.

At Lifeways Independent Living Alliance Manchester we understand that everyone is unique and will need a different and individual approach to support. We involve individuals and families from the start, from identifying goals, involvement in staff selection, identifying existing support networks and discussing any anxieties.  We then develop a support plan that reflects preferences, diversity, strengths and abilities and shows the way you want to be supported to achieve your outcomes.

From help around the home and personal care to accessing the social, educational, employment, leisure and voluntary opportunities open to everyone in your local community, our flexible packages of support are designed to meet individual needs and aspirations as they change.

At Lifeways Independent Living Alliance Manchester we offer the highest standards of residential support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives.

Salford Area Office

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Albert Timberlake
Tel: 0161 737 9775
Email: referrals@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Kings Court
34 St Georges Way
Salford
Greater Manchester
M6 6SU

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

The Lifeways Salford area office provides services in the following locations: Swinton, Bruinswick, Rochdale, Berry and Salford. The services include: Complex Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Supported Living Apartments

At the Salford area office we are working in partnership with the people we support and their families, to deliver bespoke services to people in their own home and community. Everything we do is based on personalisation, enabling people to reach their full potential while leading rewarding and fulfilled lives.

Our professional and friendly team is on hand 24-hours a day to provide support with anything a person needs but we always give each person we work with the space to retain control over their day to day lives.

The personalised ethos that underpins our work, ensures that we support people to live with greater independence – helping them with activities such as shopping, self-care, cooking, budgeting, building personal networks and connecting with people in their local community.

From our Salford area office we work with people of all ages who have a range of complex needs including learning disability, autism spectrum conditions including Asperger’s syndrome, plus people with mental health conditions, sensory impairments and physical disabilities.

At the Salford area office we also provide support for:

Family or carers of the person we support

Making important decisions

Ensuring that other people understand what you need

Accessing health services

Support and encouragement to stay healthy

Emotional support

Short breaks and respite in your own home

Managing challenging behaviour

We can support you to decide what level of support you or your family member needs, and because a persons needs will vary, we can offer a support package that grows with them. To find out more about the services we provide at the Salford area office please contact us for an informal chat.

Lifeways Independent Living Alliance St. Helens

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Paula Welsh
Tel: 01517 070 320
Email: Paula.welsh@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Room 4 Beacon Building
College Street
St Helens
Merseyside
WA10 1TF

We provide services to assist with the following:

  • personal care and support including medication management
  • day-to-day tasks
  • learning new skills and becoming more independent
  • taking up education and employment opportunities
  • becoming more involved in social activities in the local area

Overview

Lifeways Independent Living Alliance provide services across St Helens and Wigan.  Our services include: Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Autism and Acquired Brain Injury.

Lifeways Independent Living Alliance St. Helens supports people with mental health, acquired brain injuries and complex needs to lead independent, fulfilled lives located in the North West.

At Lifeways Independent Living Alliance St. Helens we understand that everyone is unique and will need a different and individual approach to support. We involve individuals and families from the start, from identifying goals, involvement in staff selection, identifying existing support networks and discussing any anxieties.  We then develop a support plan that reflects preferences, diversity, strengths and abilities and shows the way you want to be supported to achieve your outcomes.

From help around the home and personal care to accessing the social, educational, employment, leisure and voluntary opportunities open to everyone in your local community, our flexible packages of support are designed to meet individual needs and aspirations as they change.

At Lifeways Independent Living Alliance St. Helens we offer the highest standards of residential support through a commitment to person-centred planning, attention to detail, engaged staff teams and most importantly a passion for enabling the people we support to achieve their goals and self-direct their support as much as they can.

Positive behaviour and active support underpin everything we do. We understand that each individual is a unique human being and not just a set of risks and challenges. We also recognise that families are the experts, so we work closely with families to create care pathways that empower the people we support to achieve their ambitions, acquire new skills, forge genuine community links and to live fulfilling lives.