Support for younger adults with complex needs

Our Enable service supports younger adults with a learning disability, an autistic spectrum condition and physical disabilities to have greater choice and independence, through our day service, community outreach support, supported living and respite care.

Supporting you

What do you want to achieve in your life? Maybe it’s getting a job. Or learning new skills, moving into your own flat, starting a new hobby, or making new friends.

We can support you to:

  • Gain skills for independence
  • Manage your own behaviours
  • Be part of your local community

and above all:

  • Be an active participant in your support, not a passive recipient of care

A strong partnership

Our support is person-centred and often co-produced. Central to this is a strong collaborative partnership with you, your family, friends, health professionals and community groups to achieve positive outcomes, through your wider circle of support.

As part of Agincare, a well-established support provider, we’re able to draw on the experience built up across a range of services over more than 30 years.

Experienced support for people with complex needs and behaviours that challenge

Our professional team supports younger adults with complex needs and behaviours that challenge – including autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) and profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) – to have greater choice and control over their lives through supported living and community outreach.

Call us now on 01634 846 543 or email us.

Our support for people with a learning disability and autism

Our Napier day and respite service has a long history of supporting younger adults aged 16+ with a learning disability to learn new skills and be part of their community.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic the day and respite service has been invaluable for many people and their families.

Call us now on 01634 846 543 or email us.

How we support people with a physical disability

Agincare offers flexible support to many younger adults with a physical disability through its wider live-in care, home care and respite care services.

What makes Enable different?

  • Our rigorous value-based recruitment process, combined with our robust specialist training and workforce development programme, means our team has the skills to support you to achieve positive outcomes
  • All our team members are employed by us and enhanced DBS (police) checked
  • All members of the Enable support team receive comprehensive training that, while covering the key areas, also has a specific learning disability and autism focus. In addition, they receive Positive Behavioural Training and training in the latest de-escalation techniques
  • We also train our team to use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) techniques, such as Makaton, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and Proloquo2Go

Our specialist training is externally validated and is central to our commitment to develop person-centred best practice, supporting you to achieve what’s important for you.

Call us now on 01634 846 543 or email us.

Information for commissioners

We have extensive experience supporting younger adults. 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.

  • Our person-centred outcome focus support, supports and enables real choice and control
  • Our teams work across the country to better understand each localities commissioning aspirations
  • We also have a dedicated commercial team managing contracts and service specifications

We are committed to working in partnership, talk to us about what you would like to achieve.

Contact Enable’s Leanne Stockwell on 01634 846 543 or