Working With Young Adults

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We place great emphasis on providing both nurture and choice. This ensures that the young adults care we provide includes support to equip our young adults with life skills that they will need.  We provide any specialist support or therapy required.

The specialist living environments that we provide are tailored to each individual’s specific needs and requirements. We are supported by a network of health professionals and therapists to ensure we can meet the needs of all the people we support. 

Learning can happen in all aspects of life. We have crafted tailored, support-led educational plans that allow each individual to progress at a rate that is suited to them. There are opportunities to integrate with the local community where our Young Adults gain valuable life skills.

Many of our schools and homes are equipped with the best quality equipment and games that are vital in the development of young adults. A lot of rooms are facilitated with things that make doing everyday tasks safer and less risky. This allows them to work on their own and promotes independence.

Bright Futures Care

At Bright Futures Care we aim to provide the people in our care will all the things they need to progress and live their lives to the fullest potential. 

We pride ourselves on the training and young adults care we provide to our employees, giving them the best opportunity to progress and be successful in their careers. This also ensures that the people we support receive the best quality of care. 

Our homes are fitted with everything needed for growth, learning, and fun. Including sensory rooms and play equipment that can be explored.  


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