1a Upper Brighton Road is part of our learning disability and autism division and provides support for people who may be living with severe learning disabilities, autism and behaviours which, due to their diagnosis may be seen as challenging. Clients may also have profound and multiple communication difficulties, sensory impairments and physical health problems.
More information on 1a Upper Brighton Road
People may come to 1a Upper Brighton Road as part of their care pathway, either stepping down after a time in hospital or moving from their community placement or the family home because they require more structured care and support.
About 1a Upper Brighton Road
Our aim is to provide a home in the heart of the local community, which promotes social inclusion through meaningful community engagement. Residents are supported to develop social networks and engage in a range of activities to live purposeful lives.
We ensure residents are able to access all the facilities and resources they wish to, whilst keeping safe and having choice and control. We deliver support with dignity and respect, achieve personalised outcomes and help people to develop constructive ways of communicating through new skills and behaviours.
1a Upper Brighton Road CQC Report