Caring Choice - going that extra mile to provide a fun, educational, caring and safe environment.

Our History

The company was first formed in March 2010 after realising that the services available for adults with learning disabilities was limited and in particular, the type of services it afforded. A place that offered individuals the opportunity to interact with the community as well as being part of a learning environment was few and far between within the Medway area.

It became apparent within in the first couple of years that the services available for adults not only with learning disabilities but who also had challenging behaviour was virtually non existent. It was at this point that the company moved premises and opened up an additional unit specifically dealing with challenging behaviour. Since then, the company has gone from strength to strength in the services it offers.

Mission Statement

To provide excellent, quality support through a friendly and variable partnership whilst allowing service users to embrace their independence, privacy, dignity and self-respect.


To promote the belief that service users, regardless of their disability, can participate within a community where they are accepted for who they are as well as being given the opportunity to experience a sense of purpose and encouraged to be everything they aspire to be.


Our Values

  • Provide high quality, personalised services whilst bestowing service users with real choice and control.

  • Ensure that the support provided is based on a comprehensively agreed assessment of each service user's requirements and continually monitored and updated.

  • To work in collaboration with service users' families as well as other members of the multidisciplinary health professional team.

  • Encourage and support families as they fulfill their role as caregiver.

  • Ensure services are provided by staff who are suitably trained, qualified and assessed as competent to carry out their duties.

  • Encourage service users to take responsibility for their own health and well-being by providing information to enable choices.

  • Continually improve the quality of our service by listening to service users and staff as well as learning from what we do.