Whether you have knowledge of the care industry or you don't or somewhere in between, we’re here to help you think bigger, start your Supported Living business by replicating results, not work .Your endless research ends here.
Supported Living is specialised housing for people who need support to live independently. People in Supported Living are provided with care, support and supervision which is funded by local authorities and provided by Care Quality Commission registered care providers.
Supported Living provides housing to people who have a learning disability, mental ill health or another need for support, without needing to be in a care home. The type of support needed to live independently, consists of help with cooking, cleaning, budgeting, shopping, accessing employment, education and socialisation opportunities, and managing correspondence and finances.
Who can start a Supported Living a business?
Think of us as your partner in crime. We’ll take the time to understand you, the people that you want to help, the need to can fill in your community and start your business in any area of the UK.
Why do more work when you don’t have to? We have the industry knowledge for you to develop your business using our duplicable business process . You will minimise the unnecessary hours searching the internet trying to find answers that aren't there . Eliminate trial and error and focus on what really works.
Open your business and provide support for people with mental ill health, learning disabilities, physical and sensory disabilities, autistic adults, care leavers, people fleeing domestic abuse, rough sleepers, people with drug and alcohol problems, and simultaneously become financially rewarded. Sounds like a win-win to us!
Become the provider who enhances the quality of life of the people who need it the most, in a community residential setting.
There is a demand for community health and support businesses to help people to achieve their personal goals of health and wellbeing, social, financial, emotional as well as vocational. The care industry is not affected by a recession which makes for a sustained cash flowing business model.