At Choice Care we provide a comprehensive range of services, from high acuity residential care to more flexible supported living solutions, in the South, South West and West Midlands. We offer expertise across a wide range of complex needs and specialist conditions, supporting over 600 people, including caring for people with behaviours that challenge.
Deciding on the right package of support is dependent on what works best for the individual involved. For some people, residential care is most appropriate on an on-going basis. Others transfer to a supported living placement following a period in a residential home, or may move directly from home or school to their own supported living tenancy. We work in partnership with the individual needing support, their close family and their care manager to find the ideal solution.
Whatever that solution, the quality of care and support we provide is always our first priority. Weâ€™re at the forefront of national best practice with among the highest CQC ratings of any comparable organisation in the country, underpinned by stringent internal and independent audit processes
We provide safe, therapeutic and supportive environments, offering high quality, personalised care for those with complex needs at over 60 specialist residential homes. Each property is a distinct community with its own character and personality - our homes are more than just a place to live, theyâ€™re like a second family for everyone we support.
Our supported living services offer flexible care and assistance packages based on individual need and capabilities, from a few hours a week to full time, 24/7 support. For those living in rented accommodation or in their own homes, supported living solutions can help build an effective pathway to more independent living.
The people we support
- Autistic spectrum condition
- Bipolar disorder
- Down syndrome
- Frontal lobe injury
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Global development delay
- Dissociative Anxiety Disorder
- Dissociative identity disorder
- Korsakoff syndrome
- Lennoxâ€“Gastaut syndrome
- Non-affective acute psychosis
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Personality disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Rett Syndrome
- Schizoaffective disorder
- Sensory processing disorder