Residential Care in Warrington

Willow Tree Park Residential Care

Are you currently looking into care homes in Warrington or the surrounding area? If so, we might be able to help.

At Bright Futures care, we offer residential living facilities and specialist education to adults and children with a learning disability, autism and/or behaviours which challenge.

Our residential homes are designed to give those with a learning disability, autism and/or behaviours which challenge the opportunity to grow and develop in a safe, happy environment.

Permanent staff, with specific training in what the people we support need, provide personalised learning and living environments in each of our homes.

Once the specific needs of a person we support are identified, a personalised plan will be developed. This plan will inform the activities that the people we support will do, the goals they would like to meet, and how they need their staff to support them successfully.

Our Residential Care Homes in Warrington

We know how important it is to get every aspect of a person’s home right. After all, a person’s living environment should be suited to what they need.

As well as individualised bedrooms with en suites each of our residential care homes have communal living areas and kitchens. This way, people can spend time with their peers and build on their communication skills in a safe, caring environment.

Our homes are also located closely to our specialist education school for those that are in education. These residential properties also allow people access to their communities in a safe way.

We have found that the right mix of individualised care and experiences in the outside world can truly help people develop the skills they need to live healthy, independent lives. To make a referral for one of our locations, head over to our referrals page.

Bright Futures Care

At Bright Futures Care, we pride ourselves in offering those we care for the opportunity to succeed, whatever their success might look like.

From schooling to home living, everything we do is centred around the individual. To find out more about what we do, contact our friendly team today.


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