Learning Disabilities

At Ark we use a person centred approach to support people with mild, moderate and severe learning disabilities to live as independently as possible and maintain control over their lifestyle and choices.

We offer short and long-term support for people with various needs, such as Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Down’s Syndrome and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.

Every individual is different and we ensure they receive a personal approach to their care to help them maintain control and encourage them to live as independently as possible, whatever their age or ability.

"We understand everyone is different and our support reflects individual needs and requirements."

Ark's Support in Practice

Ark provides support for James, a 22 year old who has Down’s Syndrome. As a young man James wanted to live his life fully and refused to let his care needs be a barrier to his lifestyle. Ark’s support enables James to live as independently as possible – attending college one day a week and visiting friends.

James is now looking to move out of the family home and Ark will be on hand to ensure he has the right levels of support to give him the freedom to live his live safely and independently; from helping cook healthy meals to working with community groups to increase his social interaction.

CQC Outcomes

1 - Respecting and involving people who use services

2 - Consent to care and treatment

5 - Meeting nutritional needs

6 - Cooperating with other providers

10 - Safety and suitability of premises

Would you like to know more?

Call us on 0345 521 3377 to discuss how we can tailor our care for you and your loved one.

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