Our specialist residential care homes have been specifically designed to provide care and support for adults with learning disabilities and associated complex needs, 24 hours a day.

The residential homes and the support we provide are built around the desire to give each service user not only a place to live, but a place that they can happily call their own home.

We work with each person to find out their individual goals and aspirations, and then through the use of person-centred planning we create care plans that will allow our teams to support their emotional, physical, safety, spiritual and social needs. Each individual will be encouraged to be part of the decisions around their own care needs and - where appropriate - we will also engage with families and advocates to make sure every individual gets the very best tailored support and care.

All these steps are taken with the aim of all individuals experiencing a happy fulfilled life, whilst receiving support to allow the development of life skills to become as independent as possible. We see our residential services as stepping stones to the future.

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Learning Disabilities

We are members of the Learning Disability Alliance. The LDA defend the rights of people with learning disabilities and their families.


Godfrey Care have ensured that staff are trained to effectively support individuals who live with Epilepsy. Training delivered by NAPPI UK ensures that staff are given the underpinning knowledge required to recognise different seizure types, identify triggers to seizures and to know how to support a person before, during and after a seizure.

Challenging Behaviour

Many individuals accessing the services of Godfrey Care have presented behaviour that may be considered challenging. Training delivered through our partnership with NAPPI UK ensures that staff are equipped with a range of strategies to support such situations.


We appreciate that each person on the Autism Spectrum has different needs and the training delivered through our partnership with NAPPI UK ensures staff are aware of the difficulties faced by individuals on the Autism Spectrum and more importantly how to effectively support these individuals in a positive and person centred way.


Proud to be partners of Nappi UK.