About us

Learning Disabilities

We provide unique support packages built on individual choice, which enable both social care and community-led activities that encompass all opportunities, whether recreational, educational or even work based. People are supported to develop the skills they need to live as independently as possible.

We provide residential and independent living services to people with learning disabilities, learning disabilities with challenging behaviours, as well as for dual diagnosis with learning disabilities and mental health concerns.

At two of our homes we provide specialist support for those who have committed offences.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Some people with mental health concerns prefer to be supported in independent living establishments; others will need specialist support in a residential setting. We use the recovery approach to provide people with the opportunity to return to their local communities, by working with them to develop a pathway of care for recovery. Each person sets their own goals for their time with us.

Older people

Chepstow House in Ross-on-Wye provides older people with learning disabilities a safe and secure home. It is a place they are valued in, where their opinions and wishes are listened to and acted upon, a place to be happy and settled in with few day-to-day pressures and where they can be themselves.