Active Care – it’s what we do, how we work and why we exist.
The Active Care Group is the UK’s leading national provider of complex care, harnessing innovation to raise standards and deliver better outcomes for children, young people and adults.
We provide progressive, personalised care pathways that combine clinical expertise, personal support and therapeutic services, in a range of different settings to meet users evolving needs.
We support people with a range of complex conditions arising from brain and spinal injury, epilepsy, learning and/or physical disabilities, often involving high-dependency ventilation and respiratory care.
Our staff work together every day, alongside family, carers and the wider rehabilitation team, to help people live their best life. We’re committed to helping every person we care for feel happy, safe and empowered.
We believe that better quality care leads to a better quality of life.
During this time of uncertainty in relation to Coronavirus, we are putting all advisory statements on Our response to COVID-19 page and are providing a direct customer email via our Coronavirus Hotline.
“Alex works regularly with my client and although there are many challenges in this package, he always works tirelessly to ensure my client is comfortable, calm and as happy as possible. Alex is always professional, he is hard working and takes his role very seriously.”
“P completed his induction training in July 2005 and has been working with us ever since. That is over thirteen years! He is currently a regular PA with one of my client’s and communicates very well with myself and the client. I feel this dedication to his role must be celebrated when there have been so many changes for us all. P is certainly a very valued team member and we wish him well with working with us for another 13 years."
Our Residential Homes
Active’s Residential Services division delivers care across 28 locations. Each home offers a specialist service for individuals with a range of conditions including brain injury, spinal injury, epilepsy and learning disabilities.