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Teaching people to support themselves

Our services are tailored to the specific needs of the people we support. We understand the different levels of neurodiversity and how best to support our people.

We have extensive experience working with people with
a learning disability diagnosis, autism, mental health and brain injuries, as well as those with a forensic background.


Comprehensive assessments, intelligent planning, co-production, and committed competent staff are the keys to our success.

Patient and Nurse

Service User A

Service User A suffers from Prader Willi and lived in the family home with parents and siblings.

Adolphus Care was asked to support A, as an emergency, after of a safeguarding incident occurred while awaiting placement to an Outreach interim provider.

Within days A enjoyed new independence with 2:1 support that included a vehicle allowing attendance at introductory sessions at the outreach provider; a daily 100 mile round trip. This was also particularly useful as it allowed us to communicate our care experience to his new provider.

Adolphus Care supported A for a total of X weeks. His mother commented -

“I cannot be more positive about the support you have given us over the last few months. We thought A would be with us for a matter of days, not months – and the support you have given to us has been second to none.”

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