Agincare Enable supports people who may have a learning disability, autistic spectrum condition, and physical disability, particularly where this presents in a complex way.
Our integrated pathway of services includes day support, community outreach, respite and supported living.
As part of Agincare, a well-established support provider, we’re able to draw on experience built up across a range of services over more than 30 years.
What do you want to achieve in your life? What’s important to you, and what’s important for you?
We can support you with:
We’ll support you to have greater choice and control over your life. You’ll have the space, support and control you need to develop your skills, work towards your goals, and be as independent as you can.
Depending on your needs, likes and aspirations, we can support you with:
Communication is at the heart of our work. We use assistive technology to support people to develop their ability to communicate. For example, an innovative tool called Proloquo2Go on an iPad supports people to make choices around the care and support they receive and the activities they want to be involved in.
Agincare Enable locality manager, Leanne Stockwell:
What do I like most about my job? I take pride in seeing the difference that we’re making to the people we support – the improvement and the joy and happiness our service users get from their sense of achievement.
We are delighted to announce the opening of a new supported living for younger adults service in Rainham, Kent. The service in Station Road includes high-quality accommodation made up of self-contained studio units and a self-contained annexe.
Your specialist support worker(s) will spend time getting to know you. They’ll understand how you view your surroundings, what’s important to you and how you engage with the world.
Our ongoing training programme ensures our staff can deliver the best-quality care and support:
We also encourage our support workers to gain their Level 2 and 3 Diplomas.
Our Napier Day Service in Rochester has a positive track record of supporting people aged 16+ with a learning disability to learn new skills and be part of their community.
We offer an inclusive, safe and engaging environment and welcome people to the Day Service weekdays, evenings and weekends. Transport can be provided, subject to availability.
In addition to our Day Service, Napier Respite provides respite accommodation seven days a week, 365 days a year.
We have extensive experience supporting people with complex presentations. Our outcome-based services provide the best-quality support, as well as offering the best-value commissioning options for local authorities and clinical commissioning groups.
We are developing our services and working in partnership across the UK. Talk to us about your local commissioning priorities.