New Supported Living Service Opens in Oldham

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) supported living service in Oldham.

Our recent open day was a great success and provided an opportunity for everyone to see what our exciting service has to offer. Attendees included family members, professionals and people supported who met the team and discussed the varying support options available.

Oldham supported living will provide a step-down option from our well established ABI residential service Byron Lodge in Blackley. At Byron Lodge, we enable people to relearn skills in a positive and empowering environment. Our highly skilled staff team will support people through the transition from their current placement into their new home. We are passionate about providing specialist, person centred support for people with complex needs.

Ryan Brummit, accomplish Supported Living Director (North) said:

“We already offer enabling ABI support for people at our residential home, Byron Lodge. This scheme offers a step down option for people to be more independent in their local community. We aim to enable young adults to live independent lives and become more self-sufficient. Our staff team have bespoke training that matches each person’s needs.”

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