Support for younger adults aged 16+

Our live-in care and home care options for younger adults aged 16 and above, combine medical expertise, physical, personal and emotional support so that you can live a full and active life in your own home.

Our goal is to empower and enable you to live the best life that you possibly can. By working with you and tailoring your plan to meet you and your needs, you can continue to go to work or university and maintain your social life by taking part in clubs, days out or meeting friends.

We provide a range of support options for younger adults with:

Letting someone new into your home can be a difficult decision and we understand that everyone’s needs are going to be different. Our person-centred approach means that we take the time to find the right support worker and care package for you. Your assistant will work with you to monitor how things are going and to make sure you that feel happy and comfortable.

Our team are all DBS (police) checked, receive specialist training and are fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission. Our team of support worker all receive the relevant medical training to ensure they are knowledgeable in your medication administration needs.

We understand that everyone who comes to us has their own unique needs. We take the time to match the right support to you and your lifestyle, so that you can control your life.

What is a support worker?

A support worker is someone who supports you with day-to-day tasks so that you can continue to live independently. They can help you with the following:

  • Personal care & dressing
  • Medication
  • Cooking
  • Transport
  • Attending work, university or higher education
  • Shopping
  • Household chores
  • Building positive social networks
“I have my life back to the best it can be, I can see my friends when I want and my family, I have a better sense of stoicism”.
Callum, acquired spinal cord injury

We also provide specialist support to those with complex needs and behaviours that challenge.

Our Enable service provides personalised support which enables real choice and control so that people can live independently.

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