One to One Community Support

Recent studies suggest that People with a personal assistant and support in the form of community activities were generally more positive about their support and its impact on their lives, whereas people getting home care were less positive about their support and its impact.

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If you are looking for community opportunities to have fun, explore volunteering or work, or learn new skills, get in touch to see how we can help you achieve your goals.

We support people in the community,creating individual outcomes in partnership with themselves and their parents/carers. Goals are created and plans drawn up to maximise people's choice and control over their own lives, with dignity, respect and privacy. We help people to understand their rights and encourage individuality and independence.

If you would like to find out more about us, how to make a referral and our costs view our FAQs.

Alex telling us about his experience of our one to one support

Posted by Autism Matters on Thursday, 10 November 2016