If you are looking for support – for yourself, a loved one, friend or family member, or someone you support professionally – we can help.
FitzRoy helps people with learning disabilities by offering support at home and in the community. Our services include supported living, registered care (including two registered nursing homes), support at home and day and community services.
Get in touch with us via 0808 168 4662 or email us. Our professional, approachable staff team will be able to help you with your next steps.
For parents and family
As a parent or family member of someone with a disability, you may be concerned about the future and what happens next for your family member.
Transitions into adulthood - Moving into adult life can be a challenging time for anyone! You’ll face big decisions – from job and career decisions, through to where to live and who will offer the appropriate support. Your current support package may also alter as your child moves into adulthood, as their priorities and needs will also change.
To make this transition a positive one, we offer you support and information to help you decide what's right. We offer a flexible range of support services, both at home and within the community, providing people with a tailored package of support based on their specific needs, wants and aspirations. The best interests of the people we support remain at the heart of everything we do - their lives do not stand still, so neither does the support we offer them
Changing current arrangements – It is important to plan ahead for the future. If you are considering the options for care in the future, you will find it helpful to talk to people who know you and your current situation well – for example, your social worker, GP or other healthcare professionals – and discuss what some of the options may be. We are also happy to discuss this with you and offer impartial advice and suggestions on things you might like to consider and how we can help.
FitzRoy is a member of VODG – the Voluntary Organisation of Disability Groups. VODG members have together created a series of tips that you might find helpful to consider when choosing a support provider. You can download this document as a PDF by clicking this link
As an established service provider, we have years of expertise to draw on in working innovatively, flexibly and in partnership with commissioners. Our approach is to provide person-centred solutions - at the right time, in the right place and of the highest quality.
The services we currently provide are listed in our Service Directory on this site, and we welcome discussion about areas where we don't currently provide services, but where you might be interested in seeing us.
Areas of Expertise
We treat the people we support as individuals rather than label them by their conditions but know that sometimes 'labels' help start the process of matching people and potential placements. Our experience includes (but is not limited to) supporting individuals with:
- profound and multiple learning disability
- mild-moderate learning disability
- complex or multiple support needs
- specific learning disabilities
- autistic spectrum disorders
- physical disabilities
- dementia and conditions arising from ageing
- behaviours which challenge
- sensory impairments
Costs and Fees
The charge we make for our support is bespoke; individual fees work with individual service fund arrangements, whether these are through personal budgets, direct payments or managed funds. Providing the right support at the right time promotes independence for the individual and allows us to use scarce resources more efficiently in the longer term.
Areas where we work
We operate across the following counties – specific information can be found in our services directory.
West Midlands, Worcestershire, Nottinghamshire, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Berkshire, Kent, Greater London (SE & SW), East Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey.