The Care Collection is on a mission to help create a world where people with disabilities are valued equally, listened to and included in society. We work tirelessly to raise awareness, challenge negative attitudes and create positive change.
Our home care packages help those with disabilities to be as independent as possible, grow in confidence and live the life they want. Sometimes that means providing a bit of extra support with day-to-day activities and at other times it means round-the-clock support.
Our skill enhancement services promote and create fulfilling lives for people with disabilities and their families. We partner with our network of multi-disciplinary professionals to develop creative and inclusive care packages to encourage independence and community involvement.
Our Skill Enhancement Services
Support with daily living skills
Support with education
Support with curriculum based self- improvement
Support with employment
Job coaching and in-work support
Building a community presence
Assisting with travel arrangements
Assisting with keeping fit
Assisting with learning new skills
Sarah has Down’s Sydrome and requires our support to help her access the community. During our time supporting Sarah we have helped her to pass exams and find a job. We have also taught her daily living skills such as cooking and cleaning and regularly take her on trips with friends to the cinema and shopping centres, which she loves.
Creating Positive Change for People with Disabilities
The Care Collection’s mission is to revolutionise the care industry. We want to help create a world where people with disabilities are valued equally, listened to and included in society. We work tirelessly to raise awareness, challenge negative attitudes and create positive change for people with disabilities and their families.
We aim to:
- Improve attitudes to people with disabilities through raising awareness, community involvement, education and training.
- Improve the quality of lives of people with disabilities via access to supported education, training and employment.
- Assist people with disabilities to build better links with the community, actively participate in society and build strong friendships and relationships.
- Support health care professionals to understand people with disabilities better, support communication and improve health outcomes.