Providing support to individuals who live with a condition or conditions of disability requires a very unique type of support. To ensure care professionals meet your specific needs with good understanding, Keighley Care Company pride ourselves on training and working with our care professionals to develop competence. We hope this commitment to good practice and continuous development helps us meet your specific needs.

A vulnerable adult or any person that requires support for any disability will be a part of a person centred plan that is designed to meet your specific needs. Your devoted care team will remain in close contact with you throughout your service to ensure continued satisfaction. Finding the right group of care professionals to support your specific needs is vital to your satisfaction.

support is available for many conditions and were required additional training to ensure your specific needs will be undertaken.

The below list helps to inform people of types of disabilities:

  1. Blindness
  2. Low Vision
  3. Intellectual Disability
  4. Mental Illness
  5. Cerebral Palsy
  6. Specific Learning Disabilities
  7. Speech and Language disability
  8. Hearing Impairment (Deaf and Hard of Hearing)
  9. Muscular Dystrophy
  10. Acid Attack Victim
  11. Parkinson’s disease
  12. Multiple Sclerosis
  13. Sickle Cell disease
  14. Autism Spectrum Disorder
  15. Multiple Disabilities including Deaf Blindness

The above list does not hold every condition but gives a guide of the widely known disabilities.

For any further enquiries on how Keighley Care Company can support your needs please contact your local branch.