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Supported Living

A major part of our business is providing personalised care packages for individuals who wish to maintain their independence whilst living in their own homes. Our staff are trained and developed in-house according to the individual’s needs.

We also provide small family houses that are built and furnished in a way that enhances the social standing of the people who live there and, in partnership with Quay Properties and John Sanders Chartered Surveyors, we support people to find their own tenancies.

Residential Care

We provide homes that are built and furnished to our clients’ needs. These are maintained by our own maintenance and gardening teams working alongside local contractors. Our training department can offer and deliver any relevant training courses that are required for each of our clients’ needs. The delivery of the high levels of support within our homes has enabled individuals to become full and valued members of their local community, and achieve a greatly enhanced quality of life.

Inshore Support are committed to...

Inshore Support is committed to delivering professional services using a non-confrontational approach to the management of aggression and violence, and we are committed to an interdisciplinary service involving all necessary professionals, agencies and organisations appropriate to the individual’s needs. We provide a care manager (RNLD) who works with support teams to develop individual strategies for the management of challenging behaviour.

All referrals, regardless of their complexities, will be considered, as it is our belief that services should be designed to meet individual needs. Comprehensive assessment will be initiated, primarily aimed at identifying individual needs and personal choices. Secondary assessment will be based on the frequency and duration of challenging behaviours, an antecedent and consequence analysis, and an analysis of known strengths and needs.

In addition, comprehensive risk assessments will be carried out. Our completed assessments will be the basis for service development. The service proposal will be presented to the individual and his/her sponsoring agency as a basis for discussion. When a service is agreed upon, all parties will sign the agreement outlining their mutual responsibilities and a date for service commencement may then be set.

Philosophy and Objectives

  • To provide clients with a home for life
  • To ensure the provision of appropriate employment, education, recreation and leisure opportunities
  • To maintain community presence
  • To increase individual competence
  • To offer meaningful choices and increased opportunities for personal development
  • To ensure continuity of care
  • To widen the scope for developing meaningful personal relationships
  • To enable clients to establish and maintain a valued social role


Inshore Support will offer a service to people with a learning disability who also present challenging behaviour patterns and who may also have mental health needs. Both male and females (over 18 years of age) will be considered.

Quality Assurance

There is a need for excellence in everything we do. Our aim is to provide services that are consistent, appropriate and in line with the very best practice available today. We have clear, concise standards, procedures and care policies that underpin our service delivery. We operate our own quality assurance processes over and above the national regulatory frameworks to ensure we meet our own stringent quality standards.
We provide all our service partners with regular updates on the progress and development of those receiving our support. All registration reports are freely available as are other internal quality assessments. We also undertake annual quality monitoring surveys across all our services and analysis of those results is published.