What we do
How it works
Is a fun-filled activity-based support service, that offers families with children & adults with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities the opportunities to access their local communities, participating in activaties of their choice.
These fun-based activities are supported by a very friendly and experienced staff team, that has a passion for helping others. For everybody who spends time with Respond Care, support plans are created, aimed at developing independence, social skills, communication, general well-being, and much more.
Our community support service has a base called ‘The Limes’, which is a welcoming home with a neutral set up, designed to be less stimulating for those with sensory needs. It has multiple communal activity rooms, designed to offer young people the choice to socialise with peers or have independent time doing their chosen activates.
We hope to always be able to find activities in your community that you like doing, from rock climbing, bowling, trampolining, dog walking any many more. The staff will always help you to visit these activities, work towards learning new skills that you can use in other parts of your life.
For anybody joining the Respond Care family and coming to spend some overnights with us at Ardington House, you can expect a fun, family experience. As well as playing games, learning new things, and meeting new friends, it is a chance to develop your independent skills.
Coming for a sleepover means you have your own room, with as many of your own things as you want in it, making it as cozy and homily as possible.
We have a very friendly staff team that is around to help you with anything you may need help with, from showering in the morning, getting dressed, or making your dinner. They have lots of experience in helping people with a fun and friendly style.
There is a lovely big garden for running around and playing games for those that like the fresh air. We are close to Abington Park and is a lovely venue to spend time walking and keeping healthy.