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We provide tailor made care and support to people in their own homes and in the community.
We also support people with learning difficulties and other special needs to live an independent life by supporting them with their daily activities.
We also provide Live-in-Care packages, Relief breaks for families and post hospital care. We also support people with Acquired Brain Injuries
We provide building based Day Opportunities Support Services, for adults with learning disabilities, in the Rugby and Nuneaton area between 9am - 3pm, 5 days a week.
In addition to this, we also provide a community based Day Opportunities Support Service in the Rugby, Nuneaton, Bedworth and North Warwickshire areas between 8am - 10.30pm, 7 days a week.
We provide support to:
Access community facilities such as leisure centres, swimming, horse riding, shopping, community events and adult...
We offer a Community Wellbeing Hub Service on behalf of Warwickshire County Council in Nuneaton, Atherstone and Rugby.
This is a free service to any adult with a learning disability and/or their carers.
We offer an information guidance and signposting service. Visit the website to see examples of help we have provided
We can help you find information about: what is on in your local community, training courses, benefits advice, learning disability service providers and lots...
Everyone Benefits from a Break
Young people enjoy a range of activities both at home and in the community. Staff are committed and, in the words of one social worker, 'go the extra mile' to make sure that young people have access to exciting and stimulating activities'.
At progress, we recognise that children, young adults and their families sometimes need a break, a change of scenery and the chance to have some fun. For young people, this could be time out...
There When you Need us
You might call it buddying, domiciliary care or getting a personal assistant. We call it offering the kind of support that keeps families together and allows children and young adults with disabilities or complex needs to live life as independently as possible.
Hub Support provides consistent and flexible staff who can work in any setting and at any time to suit your needs. This could be a buddy to go along with you to a concert, a new group or a weekend away. It...
We provide support to people with learning disabilities, who live in their own homes from 3 hours a week up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and can provide sleeping in staff or waking night staff.
We provide a person centred approach to supporting people to be as independent as possible in all aspects of their lives.
Our services and approach to support is flexible to meet individual and changing needs.
Packages are tailored to an individuals assessed need.
Support can include...
ConnectWELL - Social Prescribing Project
ConnectWELL is a way to improve your life your way. The aim is to identify what matters to a person and then link an individual to a range of non-medical community activities and organisations to help improve health and wellbeing, such as: advice and information services, community groups, leisure activities, lunch clubs, self-help groups, specialist interest groups, sporting activities, and lots lots more. ONE quick easy referral form,...
Lanchester Court is a specialised housing scheme suitable for adults with a Learning Disability, Autism, Complex Health Conditions, Mental Health and Physical Disabilities in Rugby. This is a purpose built supported living housing scheme comprising 17 unique living spaces, including apartments, townhouses and bungalows. We are a registered social landlord and are able to make adaptions to our properties to meet individuals' mobility, sensory or other specific needs.
The housing scheme at...
Happy Feet - Foot Care Practitioner. Providing foot care:
Home appointments are also available. Please get in touch for more information.
Nuneaton, Bedworth and District Mencap Society is a registered Charity. It is affiliated to Royal Mencap.
The objectives of our society are:
To provide and support people with a learning disabilities, their families, dependants and carers.
To provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation or other leisure time activities, for people who are members of our society who have a learning disability, with the object of improving their quality of life, in line with their...