We’re all about giving people with learning disabilities the opportunity to realise their potential. We have a variety of care settings tailored to each individual; from supported living to residential care homes including communities designed specifically for people with an autistic condition.
We have transitional schemes targeted at helping people (aged 18-25) to gain skills and successfully move into supported living within the wider community.
Our goal at Clearwater Care is to give people the skills they need to lead rich and fulfilling lives.
Every service has a named individual who is responsible for meeting the service users’ needs. Our staff are trained to provide professional and supportive care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to all adults with a learning disability or autism
We take numerous steps, from home visits to staff reviews, and engaging with service users’ family and friends, to ensure that we’re maintaining the highest quality of standards.
Our central management team make sure that we’re caring for people as we’d expect to be cared for ourselves. We have a robust complaints process and whistle blowing hot-line in place. We would hope that you find our care culture open, forthright and inspiring.
Take a look around our website to find out more about Clearwater Care. We hope that you’ll like what you see.
If you would like to speak to someone about our services please call Andrew Lillington on 07917 456 995 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Who to contact
Where to go
- Clearwater Care Midlands Office
- CM16 6LP
- Supported Living services
- Residential services
- Outreach services
Time / Date Details
- Opening Times
Opening Times Day Opening Time Closing Time Monday 09:00 17:00 Tuesday 09:00 17:00 Wednesday 09:00 17:00 Thursday 09:00 17:00 Friday 09:00 17:00
- Referral Details
Normally referral from your allocated social worker from the learning disability team, if you are unclear call Andrew Lillington on 07917 456 995 who can advise
- Other notes
All our services are fully compliant with CQC inspection team. Individual differences mean that all are welcome and it will be a matter for assessment to decide whether we can provide the right level of care. All staff have the QCF training in Health and social care as well as all the mandatory training required inclusive of epilepsy, health and safety, first aid, fire safety, food hygiene, etc. More information available on request. We provide care and support to all adults with a learning disability who may require such a service. We support every individual no matter what their particular diagnosis is inclusive of down syndrome and all autistic spectrum conditions. Primary diagnosis must be a learning disability, however it is not unusual for individuals to have an associated condition of some kind whether that be a physical or mental health care need. We specialise in development of new specific bespoke services for individuals as well as having vast experience in managing all variations of supported living and residential care services. Transition services for younger adults is something we are particular keen to hear about to develop anywhere within the county of Lincolnshire
- Facilities Notes
- Specialist staff skilled in supporting others with a learning disability
British Sign Language
- Supported Living services (24/7) for adults with a learning disability.
- Residential Sevices for adults with a learning disability
This service is listed for your information. Its inclusion on the Family Services Directory does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by Lincolnshire County Council. For more information, go to Terms & Conditions