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Learning Disabilities

Karbon Homes strives to support people with learning disabilities to live full, independent and enjoyable lives

Our services range from support provided direct by Karbon support staff to partnership working with a range of local support providers.

We work hard to establish trusting relationships with individuals and their families, tailoring our support and housing management service to meet the specific needs of each individual. You don’t need to live in a Karbon home to use our support services – we can support you regardless of where you choose to live.

If you or someone you know has a learning disability and is in need of support, and would like to find out more about the range of services we offer, please contact us and ask to speak to a team leader in either our supported housing operations team or our supported housing projects team.

If you manage your own personal budget for support services, visit our managing your support page for more detail on the services we offer.

Want to work with Karbon?

If you are a support provider and are interested in working with Karbon, you can contact us or visit our about us section to learn more about Karbon, our purpose and our vision.

Case study

Angela's story

Angela is one of fifteen new tenants at Sherringham House and surprised her family when she told them she would like to move out of her family home and lead a more independent lifestyle.

Angela, who had just turned 30 years old, could see all her friends moving on in different ways with their lives and felt it was her time to make a change.After lots of discussions with her social worker, support staff and parents it was decided that Concierge Plus would be perfect for Angela’s needs and enable her to live the independent lifestyle she desperately wanted.Angela was excited when she was put forward for Sherringham House as it was close to family members and to her work place. She was looking forward to having her own space, although some aspects like being alone and cooking meals every day were slightly daunting.Since moving in, Angela has proved she is more than capable of dealing with most daily tasks and as a result her support hours have been reduced which has been a massive confidence boost for Angela.


"The best thing about living in Sherringham House is having my own space, making new friends and having the option to do things with other people without having to leave the building."

- Angela at Sherringham House

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