Our community and supported living services are all about enabling people to live full, active and rewarding lives within the community. We provide support in the way that people want it, when they want it – giving individuals control over their lives. The service is person-centred, outcome and progression focussed. We go out of our way to facilitate people’s choices and aspirations.

We respect people’s rights, privacy and dignity.

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Throughout the Midlands and northern England, Sun Healthcare offers supported living, community support and domiciliary services and intensive supported living services. These are based on the social model of disability facilitating recovery, enablement and outcome-based support. Whether it is finding accommodation, support to be independent in your home, looking for education, seeking employment or assistance to access other services, we can help. Individuals are actively involved in planning and reviewing their support, which can range from a couple of hours a week to 24 hour support.

“Staff supported me to complete a housing application form. Together we agreed that supported accommodation would be the best option for me. Staff helped me to get back into a routine and I’m glad as I didn’t realise how lonely it could get on your own.”


Our specialist team is committed to enhancing the quality of life of each and every individual we work with. We provide services to people with:

– Multiple and complex needs
– Learning disabilities
– Autism and Asperger syndrome

– Mental health needs
– People with forensic histories.

We also have a specialist service for people exclusively with learning disabilities and associated dementia.

Want to find out more? Learn about the supported living services we offer and
how to get in touch.

“I like Sun Healthcare, they supported me to get a job and I go to the ‘Hub’ where I meet people and play pool. They support with learning how to cook and clean, and to find out what other things I can do, they have also helped me move to a new house.”