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Supporting people with learning disabilities, mental health support needs, autism and other complex care needs to live safely and independently in their own community

We design flexible, bespoke care packages to meet specific care and support needs which evolve over time as needs and aspirations change and develop.

Whether we are supporting a person with learning disabilities to live independently in their own home for a few hours each week, delivering respite care to enable the person’s family to take a short-break, or caring for an individual with high-complex care needs 24/7, 365 days of the year, we provide person-centred, bespoke packages of care and support tailored to meet every person’s individual needs and requirements, aspirations and goals

Working in partnership with the person’s network of support including their family members and other health and social care providers, we place the person we are supporting at the centre of the support we provide.

Our services include:

From help with daily living tasks, hospital appointments, social and leisure activities, to support accessing volunteer work and employment opportunities, we help each person we support move towards greater independence and community engagement.

Here at Unique, we provide specialist support services for individuals living with a range of mental health conditions – from schizophrenia and obsessive compulsive disorders through to panic attacks, depression, anxiety and other conditions.

Our autism support services are based on best practice – personalised to meet individual needs and requirements – enabling people with autism to be supported to live a rich and fulfilling life.

Unique’s specialist ABI support team are skilled and experienced in brain injury rehabilitation and are committed to providing the highest levels of care and support to people who have suffered injuries through a medical condition or trauma.

The support we provide helps each individual to develop independent living skills and become active members of their community.