Residential care for adults with a learning disability provides care and support for people with complex needs. This may be as a result of an enduring disability or as part of the ageing process and the onset of dementia.
If you ask someone living with a learning disability what is the most important thing for them in their life right now, the answer would probably be – to be able to take control of their life and live as independently as possible. At The Fremantle Trust, we believe this is fundamentally important too, and with our knowledge, expertise and support, we will both encourage, and empower people to do just this. Our approach is simple – some might say unique, and that’s why we are leaders in the field. By supporting individuals to make their own choices and decisions, we can help ensure that they are far better equipped to live the life they choose and in turn feel part of their community.
We work on the basis that everyone we provide care and support to is able to make their own choices. Our focus is on enabling individuals to integrate with their local communities either socially, like going to the local pub, shop or restaurant, or by taking on a role within the community, maybe attending college, working for a local business or supporting the local football team. We want the people we support to set new goals and aspirations – pursuing a burning ambition shouldn’t stop because they have a learning disability. We can, and will help everyone to get there.
Through our residential care services, we offer people the very best facilities, combined with the highest quality of care and support provided by our exceptional and highly dedicated team.
Where to find us
We have nine residential care homes for adults with a learning disability, and each home provides a comfortable, modern and safe setting. Our services are located across Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Milton Keynes and Hertfordshire.