Hillcrest’s tag line truly underpins the wonderful work they do throughout the south of England by supporting and encouraging adults with learning disabilities. By providing a welcoming home for those with challenging behaviour, sensory impairment, specific health needs, learning difficulties or a physical disability, their fully trained team help to support residents whilst also encouraging independence.
The staff at Hillcrest all follow the same values and principles which are strongly based on supporting people to live an independent lifestyle. Throughout the many years they have been providing this support, Hillcrest staff have always focused on highlighting individual achievements and strengths by working side by side with each resident. With a range of homes varying from 14 to five bed accommodation, each premises offers something different to its residents.
Hillcrest are dedicated to working with adults, their families and professionals to advocate a self-supporting lifestyle in safe environments that help to manage risks effectively. As a company renowned for giving opportunities to adults who have an Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC), Hillcrest also offer community based support services for adults with ASC who are living within the community. This support helps to improve social networks, establish routines and develop independent lifestyles.
It’s not only learning disabilities that Hillcrest offers support with. Brain injuries can effect many things in our lives including mobility, behaviour, communication and memory. With over 120,000 people in the UK currently suffering from a severe brain injury, and around 4,500 people each year requiring full time care for the rest of their lives due to a brain injury, the number of people needing support from organisations such as Hillcrest is increasing continuously.
With the knowledge and understanding that brain injury is complex and often differs from person to person, Hillcrest are able to provide tailored support services for each individual. For more information, you can have a look at the Hillcrest Learning Disabilities website where you will finda list of their services and the locations they work in. Here you will also find information on how to contact them to gain the support you may need.