At Active Care Group we provide specialised residential care to support people with a range of physical and neurological conditions.
Our Residential care services reflect the needs of the individual from intensive support, to offering a lighter touch support for people with greater independent ability to access activities. We provide residential services for both adults and children which specialise in supporting a wide range conditions, including:
- complex care for those with brain or spinal cord injuries, as well as neurological conditions
- support for those with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour and communication difficulties
Independence Homes Ltd, part of the Active Care Group, is the foremost epilepsy care provider in the UK and cares individuals with a broad spectrum of disabilities. The business has a significant presence in the South East of England offering a diversity of residential and supported living placements.
Christchurch Group is an award winning neurological rehabilitation specialist. We are proud to achieve life-changing, evidence-based outcomes for adults with neurological conditions resulting from injury, illness or disease.
Personalised residential care
Our aim is to deliver first class quality care to everyone that we support, whatever their needs, whatever the setting, through tailor made packages designed to achieve the best outcomes possible for each individual and encourage independence.
Our multi-disciplinary team work with relevant healthcare partners, therapists, specialists and the local community services to provide the very best support for the individual.
Our highly trained teams work with individuals around rehabilitation and enablement to support everyone to develop skills and gain independence in a way that suits them.
Independence is key; people are supported to build an activity programme which suits them and meets their individual goals.
Keyworking and goal setting are utilised to provide a pathway for continuous improvement. Key workers meet regularly with people to help them:
- Identify goals and aspirations
- Consider skills, education and work
- Develop step-by-step plans
- Discuss activities and events they wish to take part in
We consider the development of life skills an essential part of gaining independence. The type of skills will differ depending on the individual and may include such things as travel training, money management, preparing food or eating independently.
Quality and Governance
All of Active Care Group’s residential services are registered with The Care Quality Commission (CQC) or OFSTED, and are inspected on a regular basis against regulatory framework. The inspection rating for each residential service can be viewed within the relevant ‘home’ page.
Continuous improvement is at the heart of everything we do to ensure the service we provide is the very best that it can be. We continuously learn and improve from the experiences within our services.