Community Integrated Care’s registered care homes offer adults, often with more complex health needs, all the care and support they need to live full, happy and independent lives.
Just like in Community Integrated Care's Supported Living services, all our registered care homes give people real choice and control. We focus on enabling people to achieve their personal goals and aspirations by delivering genuinely person-centered care.
Community Integrated Care is one of Britain’s biggest and most succesful social care charities. We support thousands of people across England and Scotland. Our registered care homes support people with a wide range of needs, including learning difficulties, physical disabilities, mental health concerns, sensory impairments and autism.
We focus on really getting to know people – how they want to be supported, what they want to achieve in life and what is important to them – to offer support that is as individual as they are. To support this, our colleagues are is trained on specialist approaches such as using Person-Centred Reviews and One-Page Profiles.
Every person we support has an outcome-focused support plan, which looks at how we can work together to make their aspirations a reality. This might include goals around being healthy, accessing the community, staying connected with family and friends, or learning new skills.
We also regularly host Person-Centred Reviews with the people we support. These see us work with the person, and the important people in their lives, to look at what is working for them and what we can make better.
The Voice of People We Support
Our charity is committed to social inclusion. We also have a fantastic team of Peer Reviewers in every region we provide support. These are people we support, who are trained and employed as ‘experts by experience’. They review our services from the perspectives of people who receive them, to help ensure that we’re delivering the personalised care that we aspire to.
The Right Environment
Our charity also has thriving relations with housing providers across England, enabling us to create new services and ensure that the people we support enjoy living in high-quality accommodation.
A Proud History
Community Integrated Care has been providing specialist care for almost 30 years. We championed the Care in the Community agenda, and supported the first person with complex needs to leave a long-stay hospital and live independently. In recent years, our specialist care homes have been recognised at the National Care Awards, National Learning Disability Awards and 3rd Sector Care Awards.
Do you have your own budget?
We have supported many people to develop a personalised service using personal budgets and direct payments. Our Funding Advice pages have lots of useful information about using your own budget and you can always Contact Us if you want to have a chat about how we can help you with your finances.
Our Current Registered Services Vacancies
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Glenwood is home to eight people who live with complex learning disabilities and also offers short-term respite support to five people.
Many of the people supported at the home and their support staff are dedicated fans of the Super League rugby league club, Widnes Vikings. People supported at Glenwood often watch the club with their team and love the atmosphere of the big crowds. They also enjoy participating in weekly accessible sports sessions with the Vikings Community Team, as part of a special partnership that we have developed with the club.
In 2016, Glenwood had a significant refurbishment - creating a warmer and more accessible environment. To celebrate their passion for the Vikings, we created a stunning themed room in the home that celebrates the trumphs of the club and their favourite players. The people we support were thrilled when star player, Alex Gerrard, visited them to officially open this on National Learning Disability Day.