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Hft is a national charity providing services for people with learning disabilities. We can provide support from just a couple of hours a week up to 24 hours a day. Our staff teams support people to live the best life possible. If you’d like the opportunity to make a real and positive difference to someone’s life every day, then you’re in the right place.Join the team
We find ways for people to own their futures. Our specialist teams use their skills and expertise to deliver services to people including those with the most complex of needs.
April 2 2020
March 27 2020
Our Fusion Model is based on Person-Centred Active Support (PCAS) – a way of supporting people with learning disabilities so they are engaged in meaningful activity and relationships as active participants. As a result, they exercise more control over their lives and experience greater levels of inclusion, independence, and choice. PCAS is incorporated into induction for new starters to ensure that everyone at Hft understands this way of working right from the beginning of their career with us. PCAS is what we do…Find Out More
From supported living to residential care, day opportunities to transition services, Hft staff help the people we support to live with more choice, more independence and with greater access to the community.
With supported living, we support people to live however and wherever they choose. We can help with finding the right accommodation and with ongoing support
We provide domiciliary care to people who require support with activities they would find difficult on their own, to help them live with more independence.
Our Day Opportunities centres allow the people we support to take part in things they enjoy and make choices about when they do them.
Hft offers residential care run to high standards, with a focus on supporting people to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Our flexible short breaks and respite care services help allow people with learning disabilities and their families or carers to enjoy some 'me time'.
We provide a range of person-centred services across the UK based around supporting people with learning disabilities to live the best life possible.