Learning disabilities and autism
We provide long-term nurse-led and healthcare assistant care to support children and adults with learning disabilities and/or autism to live fulfilled lives in their own homes and communities.
Working in close partnership with commissioners, local authorities, hospital teams, our clients and their families; providing bespoke healthcare services, offering tailored care for every individual we support.
We have a proven track record of supporting individuals with learning disabilities and/or autism and a reputation for delivering excellence across all aspects of case management.
What we do
From the most remote corners of Cornwall to the highest parts of Cumbria, we can manage and deliver world-class clinical and behavioural support, ranging from 6:1 to 1:1 round-the-clock care, or individual hours tailored to an individual’s needs – significantly improving the quality of peoples’ lives.
Our care philosophy of focusing on the whole person, combined with a significant depth and wealth of specialist clinical expertise, enables us to support and care for individuals who are most at risk to themselves or others.
Our outcome-focused approach is underpinned by Positive Behavioural Support (PBS) promoting:
- Personal choice
- Equality of opportunity
We tailor our care to each individual and their specific needs, helping their environment fit in with them – not the other way around. We are proud to change lives for the better and demonstrate what world-class community care looks like every day.
Transforming Care Roundtable
Watch our virtual roundtable below to hear our expert speakers discuss why a community over hospital-based approach is vital for individuals with learning disabilities and/or autism guided by findings from the 2020 Care Quality Commission (CQC) report.
Driving up Quality initiative
As part of our vision to deliver world-class care to our clients in the community, we have signed up to the Driving up Quality initiative, a code created to help support people with learning disabilities and autism. Our Quality Assurance Lead, Rhiannon Thompson, is leading the initiative to ensure we enhance our commitment to holistic, person-centred care. Learn about how we are meeting the Driving up Quality initiative here.
How can TCS support you?
For more information about our learning disability and autism service or to book a no-obligation meeting with one of our specialist business managers, please complete the enquiry form below.
Please note - if you are looking to register or apply to work for Thornbury Community Services as a Nurse or a Support Worker please click here.