Support for People With Learning Disabilities
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About Harmony Care

Founded in 2003 by the Coldrick family. We provide person-centred support for people with learning disabilities and autism.

From a few hours each week, to intensive support for people with challenging behaviour, complex needs and profound and multiple learning disabilities, we involve the people we support and their families in all levels of their support plan. Everything we do is personalised to the individual. We believe passionately that people do best when they are in control of their own lives, and when they are living near family and friends.

About Harmony Care

Our Vision

To provide support to people with learning disabilities to live the life they choose.

Services Overview

Short Breaks

We understand how important it is for people to have a break and for families to have time away from their caring role. Our Short Breaks services are designed to meet individual needs and preferences.


Community Hub

We use our Community Hubs to provide community inclusion for the people who use our services. Our Community Hubs provide people with an exciting and vibrant place to visit, meet friends and plan their day.


Supported Living

Our supported living services provide support for people living in their own home, alone or with other people. Each person living within a supported living service will have their own Tenancy Agreement.

Our experience with people with complex needs and behaviour that challenges means we know that people can be supported to live in their own home.


Residential Services-Highgate Road

Most of our services are based on supporting people to live in their own home (supported living).

For some people this may not be an option, so Harmony Care also runs a small number of care homes which are regulated by the Care Quality Commission.


Community Support/Outreach

Our outreach services are usually for people who live in their own homes and need support to remain independent.

Sometimes known as domiciliary care or floating support, community support provides flexible and tailored support for people with autism or learning disabilities.