We understand that learning disabilities and Autistic spectrum conditions can make aspects of life challenging. That’s why we’re here to help.

Our teams are highly experienced in supporting people with a range of needs. This is because we’ve been working with people with learning disabilities for over 35 years.

Types of Learning Disability care and support

We cater for people with mild learning disabilities through to people with severe and profound learning disabilities.

Our care workers are trained to offer specialist care for your individual needs by our clinical colleagues, our training company Training Now and outside courses when required.

Frequently asked questions

The new term used in the UK is “Intellectual Disability” usually used in health care settings however the names are interchangeable.

It is is a reduced intellectual ability and difficulty with everyday activities – for example household tasks, socialising or managing money – which affects someone for their whole life.

Our care workers and their supervisors are trained by Agincare’s training company, Training Now and have client specific training provided by our clinical lead or an outside organisation.

We find out what activities you enjoy and help you to access them, our care workers are encouraged to think outside the box of new activities you may like in your area and they can accompany you to local day centres.

A learning disability affects someone’s intellect generally across all parts of their life.

A learning difficulty does not affect someone’s intellect. Instead, it means that someone finds it more difficult to learn certain things.

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