Supporting around 750 people with learning disabilities across over 30 locations in Bradford, to live with more independence and choice.
Our person-centred flexible support service supports people to take control of their lives, and do the things they want to do. We work closely with the people we support, their families and carers to deliver a wide range of supported leisure, learning, and employment opportunities. Our support workers empower the people we support to make their own choices about how they live, using our innovative Fusion model of support to keep people at the centre of everything we do.
At Hft Bradford we support people with many different types of learning disability, and have specialist support services for people with autism, and with challenging behaviour and complex needs. We also have particular experience in supporting people into employment, vocational training projects, and learning and leisure projects. We also have a specialist transitions team that offers advice and support to young people leaving school or college who need support from adult services.
Hft Bradford is registered on Bradford’s Provider Framework and offers a range of domiciliary care support services. This might mean offering someone support at home, assisting them to get ready for the day or supporting them to take part in social activities within their community.
Our emphasis is on creatively supporting people to live with greater levels of independence and personal fulfilment, to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Contracts & Support Services Manager
Registered Cluster Manager
We support people to live however and wherever they choose. We can help both with finding the right accommodation, and with ongoing support needs.
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.
We can support young people with learning disabilities who are making the transition from children’s services to adult social care services.