What do Lifeways residential care services provide?

Lifeways specialist residential homes around the UK offer high quality care to people with a variety of support needs in a warm, welcoming and stimulating environment.

Ultimately, we want every person to live a rich and fulfilling life as independently as possible in their immediate environment, within their local and wider community.

Many people living in one of our residential services will move on to supported living in the future.

Care and support is tailored to meet each person’s individual needs, goals and aspirations – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We care for and support people with a range of needs including: profound and multiple learning disabilities, autism, acquired brain injuries, mental health support and recovery needs, and sensory and communication impairments.

Each home is adapted to meet each person’s individual care and support needs, including the use of assistive technology, where appropriate, to assist with developing independent living skills and to help keep each person safe.
Learning Disabilities

Lifeways is one of the leading providers of support for people with learning disabilities in the UK. Our flexible, personalised packages are tailored to meet individual needs and aspirations.

Using person centred approaches our aim is to help each person move towards greater independence.

Acquired Brain Injury

Our acquired brain injury support service gives hope and independence to people who have suffered injuries caused by trauma or from a medical condition such as a stroke, haemorrhage or tumour.

Our specialist ABI support teams have a strong background in brain injury rehabilitation and community based supported living.

Whether it’s supporting people for a few hours each week to 24 hour support, we provide structured, skilled and consistent emotional and practical support to individuals with autism to help them live life to the full.

We listen, adapt and make changes over time. As part of the multi-disciplinary process, we aim to provide the right level of support that people need to develop skills and coping mechanisms which will increase their independence.