Supported living for adults with complex needs

Phone: 020 8603 7230
Email: enquiry@frontiersupport.co.uk
27-29 Brighton Road South Croydon CR2 6EB

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“Everybody deserves the opportunity to live their life to the full, and it is Frontier’s job to help make that happen - however big the challenge.”

Tony Piercy CEO

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Founded in 2006, Frontier Support provides specialist care and support via supported living to people with a variety of needs.  Including Learning Disabilities, Autism, Aspergers, Epilepsy, Mental & Physical Health issues and Challenging Behaviour.

Through our supported living services we help vulnerable adults to live as independently as possible; behind their own front door.  We can work in their existing housing or partner with a specialist housing provider to find suitable accommodation.

Society often has low expectations of people with learning disabilities or challenging needs.  So, at Frontier Support, we challenge this.  Rather than carry out tasks for them, we work with the people we support to help them learn new skills.  And we recognise that their psychological needs are just as important as their physical ones.  We believe that it’s vital to see beyond the diagnosis.  Specifically, to get to know the people we support and what makes them special.  We help them to find their passions and try to put them in the driving seat of their own life by providing person centred care.

We have a sizeable team of wonderful people.  And a robust structure in place to ensure our staff on the ground can deliver quality care to the people we support.  We also have an in-house Clinical Team.  Having this expertise at our finger tips means that we can respond quickly to any changes in the circumstances or needs of the people we support.  Which means we can alter care plans accordingly – and quickly – without having to wait on input from external agencies such as the NHS.

We are registered with, and regulated by, the Care and Quality Commission (CQC).

 

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What people say about us

"A huge heartfelt thank you from us for your dedication and kindness."

Family member

"The support workers have been excellent when taking my son out, they go out of their way to accommodate him and adjust their rotas to suit him."

Relative

"We truly appreciate all the hard work everyone has put in, especially during these difficult times."

Relative

"I don’t need to tell you all that supporting people with learning disabilities and mental health issues is a very difficult task and can often test you, I admire you all and appreciate you so much."

Relative

"My daughter’s support staff are excellent, they truly understand her needs and we are fully confident in the service and the manager."

Mother

"We would like to say that our brother appears very happy and satisfied with the care and support by his current team members."

Relative

"A huge heartfelt thank you from us for your dedication and kindness."

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