Learning disabilities services
Accord has 20 years’ experience of providing learning disability services for adults and our services for older people, including our extra care services, have a long history of supporting older people with a learning disability.
Our aim is to work with customers to help them to build their life and achieve what they want to and to promote change.
To achieve this we work in partnership with our key stakeholders and the wider community to:
- Support people with a learning disability to overcome barriers to independent living and to sustain independence and remain in their own homes
- Support with tenancy preparation and sourcing housing opportunities and making referrals
- Support customers to manage their own finances and benefits
- Promote independence and regaining skills.
- Develop initiatives to encourage and enable customers to take an active role in service delivery
- Support to have the same rights and responsibilities as other citizens
- Support customers to choose and maintain friends and relationships
We currently provide a range of care and support services specifically for people with a learning disability, including:
- Supported living schemes
- Residential Care schemes
- Specialist residential services for customers who have behaviours that challenges services
- Floating support/community learning disability support services
- Day services aimed at promoting wider community integration, peer support and network and friendship circles.
We help people with learning disabilities to achieve practical and personal goals, such as good health, independent living, managing money, staying safe or finding education or training. Our services focus on each person’s needs, wants, wishes and capabilities:
- Hob Meadow, Great Wyrley, Staffordshire
- High Mount, Telford
- Harborne House, Birmingham
- Hightrees, Birmingham
- West Avenue, Birmingham
- Ipstones Ave, Birmingham
- Trittiford Road, Birmingham
- Fallings Heath, Walsall