We’re more than a place to call home.
Aspire provides a service that helps you or your loved one live a fuller and more satisfying life. We encourage personal development and independence in a way that is safe and makes you feel supported.
- Do you need additional support with drug and alcohol issues?
- Do you experience challenging behaviour?
- Do you want to develop life skills and gain more independence?
- Do you want to overcome difficulties finding employment?
Aspire will help you find a safe place to live, take part in activities to develop hobbies and interests, and create opportunities to build friendships. We encourage aspirational thinking to explore your potential and think about how you want to live your life without limitations.
Areas we specialise in
We provide thoughtful and progressive residential care and supported living for adults with learning disabilities, Down's syndrome, early onset dementia and sensory impairments.
Drugs & Alcohol
We understand that substance missuse often goes hand in hand with mental health disorders and learning disabilities. That is why we offer a dedicated support and rehabilitation service to support with these issues.
We have vast experience of supporting mental health conditions and complex needs. We can arrange talking therapies and encourage activities that support wellbeing and good mental health. We work closely with GP's and other professionals to ensure we provide suitable support.
We understand that finding your vocation and employment is an important part of living a full and satisfying life. It helps boost your confidence and gives you a renewed sense of purpose which can improve mental health and wellbeing. We can assist you by helping you access learning, attend work placements and learn new skills.
Care Quality Commission
Aspire Healthcare is a registered care provider and therefore licensed to provide services by the Care Quality Commission (Provider ID: 1-101688817). The Care Quality Commission (CQC) are the regulators of the Health and Social Care Act 2008, Regulations 2010. Their duty is to ensure that all service providers comply with the Health and Social Care Act and meet the National Minimum standards for quality and safety for Service Users. The CQC is the combination of existing regulatory bodies: Commission for Social Care Inspection, Mental Health Act Commission and the Healthcare Commission. CQC acts as our quality framework throughout the company to ensure all services and related paperwork are to a high standard. For more information, or to view our latest inspection reports, visit www.cqc.org.uk.