How can we help?


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Our aim is simple: to maximise service users’ quality of life, wellbeing and opportunities.Think about the factors every one of us requires for a fulfilling, dignified, happy life:

  • Secure, comfortable housing
  • Good health and medical/therapeutic care when needed
  • A stimulating social life and interaction with others
  • A sense of community and good neighbours
  • Education and skills development
  • Active, productive days
  • The pursuit of interests and leisure activities
  • Confidence
  • Exercise and a decent diet

Our service users are no different

At the point in life where young adults yearn for greater independence, those with learning difficulties and/or visual impairments often face unique challenges. That’s where we come in. We believe that every individual has the potential to achieve great things, and we provide a supportive environment where they can do just that.

Our program is designed to challenge and stretch young adults, providing them with a varied and exciting curriculum of residential training and development options. We know that real-world experience is key to success, which is why we also offer opportunities to participate in “real life” activities outside our homes.

At our core, we’re all about helping young adults unlock their potential and move confidently towards their goals. With our support, they can achieve greater independence and take the next step in their lives with confidence.

Mentoring and Encouraging

We believe that disability should never hold anyone back from achieving their dreams. Our highly trained carers are dedicated to empowering service users and showing them that with the right support and mindset, anything is possible.

We understand the importance of individuality and respect. Our approach to mentorship and encouragement ensures that service users feel heard, valued, and inspired to reach their full potential.

Our homes are happy places.

Our staff and service users share a special bond built on mutual respect and a commitment to growth in a warm and nurturing environment. Here, we embrace challenges as opportunities for personal and developmental leaps, leading to remarkable accomplishments

Want to know more?

Our team are always here to help. Please get in touch if you have any questions or want more information.

Who we help

Who can we help?

Our service users are usually young adults aged 18 or over with learning difficulties and/or visual impairment. Currently, we have a total of 85 service users living across our thirteen homes with an average age of 34, which includes people between 22 and 65 years of age.

We foster a unique bond based on mutual respect and a dedication to personal growth in a warm and nurturing environment. Challenges are not obstacles, but rather opportunities for remarkable accomplishments as we embrace personal and developmental leaps. Join us and experience the power of a community that encourages and supports a journey towards personal and collective success.

Learning for Life

At Homes Together, we believe that every young person deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential for independent living. That’s why we’ve designed a programme that is as unique as every one of us. With the help of our committed staff and partners like Henshaws Society for the Blind and Scuba Diving for All, we offer a comprehensive range of options to suit every need.

From continuing education courses and work experience placements to workshops and daily living activities, we’ve got it all covered. Our structured day is designed to provide a balanced mix of learning and leisure, so you can have fun while developing new skills. And with our individually tailored programmes, you can be sure that you’re getting the support you need to succeed