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We support more than 300 people with additional support needs across the North-east of Scotland and are currently commissioned to provide services by four local authority areas - Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire, Angus and Moray.

We have extensive experience of supporting people with complex support needs and have in-depth knowledge of delivering tailored-support to people with autistic spectrum disorders. Our staff are well trained and supported to carry out their duties according to nationally accredited training programmes and social care regulation.

Our current Care Inspectorate grades (as at December 2018) reflect the excellent level of support we provide for local people with 100% of Inspire services graded 4/Good or above for Quality of Care/Support.

In those services where Inspire supports people with significant multiple disabilities/challenging behaviours, 100% have a Care Inspectorate Grade of 5/Very Good or above for Quality of Care & Support.

The people we support are at the heart of all we do and this influences our approach to our work with commissioners. We are experienced and skilled at developing new services and also transferring services from other service providers, which we have been regularly asked to consider over the past few years.

Through our 30 years’ of experience we have established strong relationships with care managers, wider health teams and housing associations – allowing us to deliver services that meet the needs of the individuals as well as everyone involved in their support.

We support people in a variety of settings including:

  • Accommodation based support services
  • Visiting support services
  • Day services
  • Respite care services
  • Social Support Groups
  • Training for employment initiatives

For further information, or to discuss the provision of support for individuals within your local authority area, please contact our nearest office (details below) or call 01224 280005.

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