We offer bespoke living solutions for young adults with disabilities throughout England, from minimum support to live-in care.
Independence, choice and being able to lead a full and active life – this is what our support workers want to help young adults with disabilities achieve.
We also have specific information for commissioners of care for young people.
We provide bespoke supported living solutions for young adults with disabilities.
This includes physical disabilities, learning disabilities, chronic or terminal illness and people managing unexpected care needs, such as acquired brain injuries.
We connect you with the best support worker for your life. Together we create a support plan that fits around you.
Whether you’re making the transition from school to college, or from university to the workplace, our flexible full-time live-in service is a realistic and affordable alternative to other forms of support.
Alison is 24 years old and has cerebral palsy. She recently moved into her own flat. A live-in support worker helps Alison maintain her independence and live life her way.
Her support worker carries out all personal care, makes sure Alison eats a well-balanced diet and keeps the flat clean and tidy. She also supports all Alison’s daily activities, like socialising and managing her banking and shopping.
As Alison has 24-hour care needs, a second care worker visits Alison every day to help the live-in support worker transfer Alison safely to and from her wheelchair.
If what you need support with isn’t on this list, just ask – we can help you with anything, as long as it’s safe and legal!
Simon is a 53 year-old man who suffered a spinal injury some years ago. He currently lives at home with his parents.
Simon is still very much in control of his life both at home and socially, and has a job.
His live-in support worker helps him in his role as a Senior Inventory Controller for two hours every week on a Wednesday at a local business. Simon’s role involves stock control and data entry using a computer. Simon is unable to take notes while working so his support worker takes them.
As well as being supported at work, Simon needs help with personal care, transferring to and from his wheelchair, and cooking and domestic tasks. Simon’s support worker also goes out with him to his many social events.
Your support worker will live with you, so they’ll need:
Graham was born with spinal muscular atrophy. At the age of 20 he decided to come to study psychology at Brunel University, with support from his family and a care provider in the UK.
Graham was determined to make the most of life at university. He specifically requested a young live-in support worker to help with personal care, and getting in and out of his wheelchair.
He regularly went to the gym and the cinema, attended university social events and also enjoyed a drink in the local pub, all with the help of his live-in support worker. Graham successfully completed his degree and has returned home to Dubai.
Personal budgets and direct payments are funding allocated to you by your local council or health authority. It puts you in control of buying and arranging your own support and care.
Having a break or a change of scene can make a real difference, not only to the lives of the people we support but to their families and carers.
We offer respite care tailored to a family’s specific needs. Relatives can take a well-deserved break, safe in the knowledge that their family member is being well-supported.
Agincare are a family-owned business that have been providing reliable and professional care since 1986
90% of our customers rate us ‘excellent’ or ‘great’
Our care staff have nationally recognised qualifications and are enhanced DBS checked
We are one of the largest care groups in England with over 3500 staff providing a range of care services
All our care services are fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission for your total reassurance
We have a unique ‘Person First’ approach to dementia care that means we fully understand the needs of each individual