As a leading provider of health and social care services with a turnover of more than £100 million, we offer a comprehensive range of individually-tailored schemes, serving all communities and levels of need throughout the Midlands and the North.
We understand the challenging and changing health agenda and have ambitious plans to expand and in light of this, have grown our health and well-being services by working with key partner organisations.
It is our proven track record in delivering person centered care which sees us continue to have a strong regulatory record with both the Care Quality Commission and Supporting People teams.
Caldmoreaccord and Ashrammoseley operate a huge variety of residential and floating care and support, ensuring that there is a scheme or home to suit all. Our partner Direct Health also offer domiciliary care and support to individuals in their own homes.
Residential schemes for older, vulnerable young people, young parents, those with learning disabilities and those with mental health needs are all well-equipped, comfortable and secure.
Our floating support, reaching out to those who live in their own homes who are vulnerable to housing or personal crisis or with health needs, help people look forward to a secure, stable future with confidence.
We also provide comprehensive support for women and children fleeing domestic abuse, with accommodation including one of the largest refuges in the country. We support young parents, careleavers living on their own for the first time and people vulnerable to substance misuse.
All of our accommodation is of a high quality with extensive facilities and each scheme is registered with the relevant professional bodies. Our dedicated staff ensure that service users are treated with respect and become valued members of the community in which they live through exciting and innovative projects.
Our schemes also place emphasis on independence, choice, respect, dignity and fulfilment, enhancing quality of life and overall well-being with individually planned programmes