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Our Statement of Purpose (Adobe PDF)

Damon Hill with our service users on a motor racing day

Why Special Needs Care Limited?

Special Needs Care is an established service provider offering bespoke care for adults with learning disabilities. Based around the individual and the small family unit, we provide a desirable and beneficial alternative to traditional types of institutional care and accommodation

Gathering valuable input directly from service users, their families, health professionals and Social Services, together we create tailor-made development programmes to match individual requirements, and therefore offer our clients choice, control and flexibility. We build close one-to-one relationships with each person, ensuring their happiness, security and well-being - encouraging them through education, employment and recreation.

Special Needs Care experienced Management team – headed by a Solicitor, and including a Social Worker and a Registered Manager – understands the needs of service users and their families, and is able to provide a wide range of professional and personalised services including:

  • Supported Living Services
  • Direct Payments/Individual Budgets
  • Advice on welfare benefits
  • Advice on housing matters
  • Advocacy/Employment Law
  • Paid and unpaid supported employment

Within this we can provide support to Service Users to include housing matters, landlord and tenant services, support with all aspects of Direct Payments to include payroll, as well as advice on benefits, advocacy, paid or unpaid employment.

"The best possible outcome for service users is when providers and families work together"

"I am delighted with the progress my son has made with Special Needs Care. I feel like I got my son back"


We also employ staff with qualifications in Music, PE, Swimming, Physiotherapy and Professional Gardening and can thus provide a range of outdoor and recreational activities.

Our services are accessible via Government funding sources such as the Independent Living Fund, Supporting People Grant, Direct Payments, Individual Budgets, Carers' Vouchers, Housing Benefit and Private or Social Services funded budgets.