Our supported living services in Hampshire provide around the clock support for people who may have a learning disability, autistic spectrum condition or physical disability, particularly where this presents in a complex way.

Through tailored support, our specialist team can help you live as independently as possible in your own home and pursue personal goals. Whatever you wish to achieve, be it making new friends, getting a job, or learning important skills for independent living, we can help.

Our Agincare Enable team are experts at supporting you to do what matters most. They encourage you to be an active participant in your care, ensuring they are always working towards your goals.

Our services in Hampshire

Each of our supported living services in Hampshire is different. Situated within the local community, many of our properties are made up of self-contained apartments within access to spacious gardens and communal lounges.

When you move in, you are encouraged to make the space your home. That includes decorating, putting up your favourite pictures and adding your own furniture should you wish to. If specialist equipment or furniture is required, this can be provided prior to you moving in.

Our team

All members of our support team receive comprehensive and externally validated training that includes modules with a learning disability and autism focus. In addition, they receive specialist training on Positive Behavioural Support and the latest de-escalation and communication techniques.

Our teams are also trained to use Augmentative and Alternative communication (AAC) techniques such as Makaton, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and Proloquo2Go.

Call today to find out more about the training we provide our supported living teams.

Things to consider when choosing supported living

CQC information

Our supported living services are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). They inspect the facilities and regulate the care provided. Their ratings can be found on the CQC website


Agincare Enable is one of the leading providers of supported living for people aged 18 or above across England. We have strong relationships with local authorities, commissioning groups and housing providers. We continue to develop our services and would like to discuss your commissioning needs with you.

Frequently asked questions

The benefits of choosing supported living include:

– Greater independence: Whether you’re moving out of your parents’ home or transitioning from another service, our supported living services give you the help and skills you need to gain the vital skills for independent living.

– A home adapted to your needs: In a supported living scheme, you benefit from having a home that is tailored and adapted to your needs and requirements. We work closely with you and the property developers to create bespoke living spaces designed to complement our support and enable independent living. Many of our services also include assistive technology, including call systems and automatic doors.

– A home of your own: Make your space your own by adding your own furniture and decorations. When you move into supported living accommodation you are encouraged to add those finishing touches that make the house a home.

– Tailored support and care: With supported living, you have the peace of mind that our specialist team is on hand 24/7 for whenever you need support. They are fully trained to support a wide variety of needs and personal goals, helping you develop your skills, find new hobbies and develop your independence.

Arranging supported living is commonly done through your local authority. They will conduct an initial assessment to determine what type of care you need, how it will be provided and who will provide it.

The council may provide the support services or there may be a choice of provider from a list of approved organisations. The choice of provider can depend on factors such as the specific requirements involved, the services offered by the provider and the location of the supported living accommodation.

We do provide private outreach services for those not seeking support through their local authority. For more information, or to get started, call our expert care advisors today.

We offer a range of care and support options tailored to your needs. This can range from personal care and medication management to more personalised support such as help with daily living skills, managing your tenancy, mental health support, advice around managing your finances, and assistance finding education and career opportunities.

Our support teams commonly support individuals with:

• Developing independent living skills
• Planning menus, shopping and cooking
• Personal care
• Building and maintaining your social networks
• Travel training
• Being part of your local community
• Budgeting skills
• Getting to appointments
• Managing your medication
• Joining in with leisure activities
• Accessing education, training and work experience opportunities

How much supported living in Hampshire costs is dependent on the property and the amount of care and support you receive. In supported living, you rent or purchase your home meaning that the exact price will be dependent on the area and current market value.

The cost of care is based on the level of support you need and is determined by a care needs assessment. You may be entitled to local authority funding to help cover the cost of care and housing. To find out more, contact your local authority to receive a free assessment.

Supported living accommodation may be available furnished, part-furnished or unfurnished. Whatever option you choose, we encourage you to make the space your own by bringing your own belongings and decorating it to suit your personal preferences.

If you decide that you no longer want to live in our supported living services, our team will work with you, your family and any other support agencies to ensure that you have the support you need to make a smooth transition into a more suitable living arrangement.

We provide a wide range of support services that include outreach, day support and home care that can be tailored to your needs and wishes.

Should you feel unhappy in your supported living environment, it is important to talk to your support worker or family so that they can help you find a more suitable living arrangement.

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