Care Pathway

We provide care pathways enabling people living with Autism, Mental Health Needs, Acquired Brain Injuries and Learning Disabilities a variety of routes to independent living.

We work with the individual, their family and social workers to identify a transition plan to enable the person to achieve their goals.

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Our therapeutic service Lakeside, provides specialist locked and unlocked rehabilitation, treatment and support for adults with Mental Health needs, Autism and Learning Disabilities.

Our range of residential services provide specialist support for people with Autism, Mental Health needs, Learning Disabilities and Acquired Brain Injuries in a homely environment.

Our supported living services provide bespoke packages of up to 24 hour support in an individual’s own home or in a supported tenancy.

Transition

Our transitional support services provide carefully planned and risk managed trialled independence within a residential or supported living setting. Our transitional support focusses on skill development and confidence building.

Transition for young people 

News and events

Boston House is Officially Open

An innovative new service to support people affected by brain injury has been officially opened...

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Learning and Development Team Highly Commended at Skills for Care Accolades Awards 2020

The Learning and Development team from Accomplish Group were finalists in the prestigious Skills for...

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New Acquired Brain Injury Service Ready to Host Open Day

Boston House will offer specialist Acquired Brain Injury support ranging from intensive nursing support to residential...

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Autism Conference 2020

The annual autism conference is back this year, highlighting the importance of learning to listen...

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The People we Support Unite Together with Singing

There are some activities which bring people together and where we can all simply enjoy...

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Joseph and William Climb Mount Snowdon

Tackling the highest mountain in Wales saw two people we support at The Chantry put their...

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