Who do we support?
At the centre of our care support services is a proven and very successful network of well-established local providers. These enable National Care Group to support people with complex additional needs arising from their learning disability, mental health or an acquired brain injury.
Our expert teams support people with mild, moderate, severe and profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) within services specifically adapted to meet their needs. We are at the forefront of advances in care technology and are committed to investing in Assistive Technology (AT). This is highly specialised equipment and communication aids that help people with profound learning disabilities to live as independently as possible.
We also support…
We also support people with a wide range of long-term mental health needs including dual diagnosis, severe affective disorders, co-morbid physical health conditions, behaviour that may challenge support provision, self-injurious behaviour as well as acquired brain injuries and traumatic brain injuries. These specialist mental health services are set within our residential, supported living and outreach care packages. We also provide a specialist college for young adults in Stoke.
Above all, we safeguard people whilst helping them to develop their independence, get involved within their community and achieve their aspirations. At National Care Group, we find ways to succeed rather than reasons not to.