Area offices

Lancashire Area Office

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Albert Timberlake
Tel: 0333 321 0954
Email: info@livingambitions.co.uk

Where to find us

Mitchell House
King Street
Chorley
Lancashire
PR7 3AN

Overview

Our Living Ambitions Lancashire Area Office covers a wide area across the North West, including: Preston, Morecambe, Skelmesdale, Burscough, Omerskirk, Chorley, Ashton on Ribble, Accrington and Leyland.  The services we support include:Learning disabilities, Complex needs including autism and behaviours that challenge, Acquired brain injury, Supported living, Mental health, Outreach, Transitional support.

With help from our friendly and professional team, the Lancashire area office enables each person we support to learn essential daily skills which will help them enjoy a more fulfilling life.

Each person lives in their own specially designed flat, with all the facilities they need to live independently. Our team is on hand 24 hours a day to cater to any support or healthcare needs. Every person will continue to have full control over their life in a space which looks and feels very much like home.

We encourage people to take control of their life and to learn skills which will help them to live independently in their local and wider community.

At our Lancashire area 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 area 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.

Newcastle Area Office

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Christopher Bond
Tel: 0191 514 9000
Email: christopher.bond@lifeways.co.uk

Where to find us

Suite 2R
North Sands Business Park
Liberty Way
Sunderland
SR6 0QA

Overview

Living Ambitions Newcastle area office provide services to the following areas: Brunswick, Longbenton, Forest Hall, Wallsend, Gateshead, Woolsington and Callerton. Our services include: Learning Disabilities, Complex Needs

Neuro Rehabilitation & Acquired Brain Injury, Supported Living, Mental Health, Outreach, Transitional Support and Active Days,

At our Newcastle area office we provide care and support to individuals with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour, physical disabilities, forensic support needs as well as dual diagnosis conditions.

We enable the people we support to live an active and full life in their community by delivering services which are person centered and meet individual needs and aspirations.

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

At the Newcastle area office we are creating an environment of self-directed support where people feel safe, secure and well with an emphasis on supporting people to meet their aspirations and identified goals.

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

We enable every person to reach their full potential by supporting people to have just enough support in line with their care and support plan.

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

At our Newcastle area 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.

Living Ambitions Newcastle 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.

We support people with a range of care and support needs to include the list below:

Learning disabilities

Complex needs including physical disabilities, autism and behaviours that challenge

Acquired brain injury

Supported living

Mental health

Outreach support

Transitional support

People with Forensic support needs

Chester Area Office

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Paula Welsh
Tel: 0333 999 2571
Email: info@livingambitions.co.uk

Where to find us

Laurie Courtney House
23 Greenland Street
Liverpool
L1 0BS

Overview

Living Ambitions Chester area office provides services for the following areas: Congleton, Macclesfield, Sandbach, Natwich and Audlem.

Our service 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 Chester office we provide support for people living with dementia, people 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 Chester 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

Salford Area Office

Enquiries & referrals

Manager: Albert Timberlake
Tel: 0161 737 9775
Email: info@livingambitions.co.uk

Where to find us

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

Overview

Living Ambitions Salford area office provides services to the following areas: Weaste, Pendleton, Seedley, Broughton, Cheetwood, Pendlebury, Ordsall, Ecceles, Trafford and Salford. Our service include: Learning Disabilities, Complex Needs, Neuro Rehabilitation & Acquired Brain Injury, Supported Living, Mental Health, Outreach, Transitional Support, Active Days.

Our Salford area office offers supported living and outreach services designed and developed to promote independence and choice around daily living skills.

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.

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.

Working in partnership with the people we support and their families, we 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.

At the Salford 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 Salford 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.

Local services include:

Learning disabilities

Complex needs including physical disabilities, autism and behaviours that challenge

Acquired brain injury

Supported living

Mental health

Outreach

Transitional support