Supporting you

At St Joseph’s, we support adults with a learning disability to live the life they choose, whilst maintaining independence in their own homes and communities.

We understand that everyone’s definition of support is different. That’s why we take the time to really listen to what is important to you and work together to create an individualised care plan that empowers you to reach your full potential.

Living My Best Life

Support tailored to you

Our fully trained team take a holistic approach, providing a safe and welcoming environment to support people in a wide range of ways, including:


Independent living

Whether you live on your own or in shared accommodation, you will receive ongoing support from your dedicated staff team to help you to live independently. We can assist you with personal care, as well as specific household tasks like cleaning, tidying, and paying rent and bills.



Dedicating time to fun activities can have an incredibly positive impact on your personal growth, whether that’s arts and crafts, dance, reading, sports, social events or anything else for that matter. We can help you to access the activities you enjoy, as well encouraging new experiences.


Health and wellbeing

If you have any ongoing medical conditions, we can assist you with the medication you have been prescribed and accompany you to appointments. We can also provide emotional support and, if you are experiencing a mental health problem, help you to access the appropriate services in your area.

We’re passionate about ensuring you lead the healthiest lifestyle possible in a way that feels right for you. We can help you with healthy eating by assisting with food shopping and cooking meals or work with you to find a form of exercise that you enjoy.



Supporting people to build strong friendships is central to our approach to care and one of our core values. We can help you to maintain relationships with friends and family, as well as seize opportunities to socialise and meet new people.



Managing your own money can be an important part of your independence. We can support you with paying bills and expenses, as well as planning and budgeting for holidays, meals out, shopping, cinema trips, or anything else you love to do.


Employment and volunteering

If you’re interested in doing so, we help you find a job, work experience or voluntary role that suits you. We can support you throughout the process, from filling in applications and preparing for interviews to training. We also have a range of groups and forums at St Joseph’s that may interest you.

We know that the support you want, and need may change over time. To ensure you are always getting the most out of your care, we evolve with you, adapting our services accordingly.


Accessing support

To access a funded package of care, a Social Worker from your local authority will need to complete an assessment. After working with you they will either fund your support directly or, if you prefer, enable you to access self-directed support.

If you are planning to self-fund a service and would like to discuss the options available to you, please complete the contact form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.


Alternatively, if you would like to speak to a member of the St Joseph’s team, please don’t hesitate to contact us