We deliver specialist care and specialist education across Cheshire, the Liverpool City Region and Greater Manchester. We are a growing organisation, currently running two schools and a college, six care homes for children, and seventeen care homes in Lymm, Liverpool, Manchester, and more for adults.


Learning difficulties in adults and children are why Bright Futures Care delivers truly tailored, person-centred quality community-based care and education to a growing number of children and adults with autism, complex needs and learning disabilities in high quality locations.


We offer specialist education provision to students from the age of 4 to 25, placing an emphasis on lifelong learning, Our vision is to provide the highest quality, ambitious specialist education, which is personalised to ensure that our students reach their maximum potential and achieve the best possible life chances.


All our homes and specialist education settings provide high quality, comfortable, safe and spacious environments. All are in desirable locations close to community facilities. We also have an internal maintenance team to ensure that our homes are kept to a good quality and safe standard at all times.

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Individuals we support


Although everyone we support is different, they all have one thing in common, potential. The potential to achieve and have a fulfilling life. The below case study is an example of a gentleman that Bright Futures have supported since 2016.

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Individuals we support


Finn moved to Bright Futures in August 2020 after a 14-month hospitalisation at a local mental health hospital. Finn was sectioned under the Mental Health Act for the purpose of assessment and treatment and received a working diagnosis of Autistic Catatonia. 

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Individuals we support


Prior to Bright Futures, Timothy was observed to have erratic sleep patterns, with significant and constant involuntary body movements, and required the regular use of a wheelchair to support his overall mobility, he also suffered with significant weight loss weighting only 46.2kg upon admission.

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We believe the bright care and bright education support that we offer individuals with the most complex care needs is like no other.

We are specialists in complex care needs.
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We offer full circle care and education support for life.
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