Autism residential care

All of Autism Initiatives’ Residential Homes are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who help us to ensure that the people who are living in our residential homes are being supported in the best way which meets the CQC standards.

Care quality commission

What is the Care Quality Commission?

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a non-departmental public body of the UK government, which was established in 2009 to regulate, inspect and review all adult social care services in the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Our registered homes

Autism Initiatives has a number of registered homes across the UK, which provide living space for a number of people who live together in shared accommodation. Every individual has their own bedroom which they can personalise according to their own likes and wishes and some have en-suite bathrooms. All services users living in a residential home also have shared use of our well-equipped kitchens and living areas and depending upon location may also have shared use of other communal areas and any gardens. 

Residential care support

Regardless of location all of our residential homes provide help and support on a 24 hour basis, allowing our service users to live safely and yet as independently as possible. Staff in our residential homes will provide person centred help and support with personal care and social activities and will also supervise/administer medication.

Where do we provide Residential Care

For further information regarding residential care please contact your regional Autism Initiatives office.

Further information