We provide dependable, efficient, and empathetic support to individuals facing severe mental health challenges, learning disabilities, and autism.

Our team, including mental health nurses and a consultant psychiatrist, strives to enhance the quality of life, independence, and resilience of our service users, including those with conditions like schizophrenia, depression, dementia, substance misuse, and learning disabilities.

Specialist Mental Health Care

Connect Care’s Live-in Care lets you remain comfortably at home, avoiding hospitals, care facilities, or hourly support.

Our carers provide personal care, meal prep, health appointments support, community activities, light housekeeping, and companionship.

We strongly endorse the “Stay Up Late Campaign,” promoting engagement in community activities.

Live-in Care

Connect Care’s Supported Living empowers individuals, 18+, with mental health, learning, or autism needs.

We offer flexible support from a few hours to 24/7 care, promoting independence, well-being, and recovery.

We collaborate with social workers and landlords for suitable housing and personalised homes. Our clients also access training, employment, or education support.

Supported Living Care

Our Personal Care service covers morning and evening routines,; ranging from support with personal hygiene, dressing, meal planning and preparation, access to the community and mobility assistance.

Our trained staff ensure timely medication management, vital for staying safely at home and avoiding hospitalisation.

Your well-being and comfort are our top priorities

Personal Care

Nightly Care, whenever needed: Our trained carers offer one-on-one support for toilet breaks, repositioning, and companionship during restless nights.

Sleep-ins & Waking Nights

We aim to support service users experiencing severe and enduring mental health problems to live as independently as possible in their homes.