Families are important to us and we work closely with family members and advocates so that we can benefit from their knowledge and experience.

We know that families and advocates have a lot of knowledge about their relative or friend and we welcome working with you in the planning stage and throughout the time we provide support. We will encourage regular contact, including visits, invitations to review meetings, helping with communication and defining roles and responsibilities. We will also keep you up to date with how we are supporting your relative or friend and ensure that you are involved. We also welcome your involvement more broadly in our organisation and look forward to working with you to improve overall care and support.
Support & Care
Supported Living Family

In order to find suitable properties for its service users we set up ‘Enterprise Properties’. 

Support & Care
Outreach Family

For indivuals needing a service from home or in the community, including personal care provision, Aspirations can provide your loved one with a caring and supportive outreach service.

Who we support

People Not Conditions

 We do not believe that conditions define the person. We support adults with learning disabilities and we also support adults with mental health conditions. We support people with all levels of need ; those who are ‘semi-independent’ and able to do most things for themselves and also those with more ‘complex’ needs or with more ‘severe’ conditions.

Mental Health

We support people with psychotic conditions such as schizophrenia, mood conditions such as depression or bipolar, trauma conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder and also conditions relating to substance abuse and eating disorders.

Learning Difficulties

We support people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC’s) and also people with various types of ‘syndrome’ such as Down’s syndrome (trisomy) and Williams syndrome. We support individuals ‘physical’ conditions often associated with learning disabilities such as Epilepsy and Cerebral palsy