Who We Care For
“The most fantastic thing about Bright Futures are our students; they are truly inspirational and have the most amazing families who fully share in their journeys”
Many of our young people, adults and students find it difficult to understand the world around them and therefore can struggle to communicate their wishes and feelings to family members, friends and those offering support. Their inability to communicate effectively can lead to heightened states of anxiety and frustration, which can manifest in their behaviour and interaction with others. Such behaviours can include harming themselves or others, damaging their living environments and placing them and others at risk of harm in their home, school and community.
We believe that wherever possible, young people should be supported to live within their own family and attend their local school, however sometimes this is not possible for a variety of reasons. Bright Futures therefore ensures that every young person has the opportunity to live within a community setting, receive a quality education, make a positive contribution to the world around them and retain active involvement in family life.
At Bright Futures Care, these people can find the support network they need to recognise their true potential, alongside a network of dedicated support and care staff.
We care for both children and adults across the spectrum of autism and learning disabilities, including:
- Autistic Spectrum conditions, including disorders
- Moderate or severe learning difficulty
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Specific language/communication difficulty
- Asperger’s Syndrome
- Fragile X Syndrome
- Social and Emotional difficulties