3 Shaw Wood Business Park
Shaw Wood Way
Tel: 0845 160 2055
Supporting people with learning difficulties and/or autism to live the life they want.
- Over the years Dimensions has steadily grown. In 2008 Adepta joined Dimensions to form an organisation that now supports more than 3,000 people across England and Wales.
- They provide support for over 1,350 young people and adults who have a broad range of learning difficulties and/or autism.
- They provide the following types of support:
- Individualised support packages for people living in their own homes.
- Support for people living in shared housing.
- Registered residential care.
- Transitions support services for 16 - 25 year old young people with a learning difficulty.
- Support for people to find and maintain accommodation.
- Short breaks.
- Support for people to access employment and leisure opportunities.
- They are particularly experienced in supporting people with autism and/or complex needs, such as those who have additional physical and sensory disabilities or behaviour that may challenge.
- Their transitions service is currently successfully supporting over 150 young people and their families through transition. They work creatively with each young person to develop a person centred support package that suits their needs, helping them to live the life they want. This may include supporting them to access leisure and community activities, education, employment and housing options.
- They employ over 2,200 staff and currently provide services throughout the South, South West and South East of England, the Midlands, Norfolk, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, the North East and South Wales.
In Doncaster they are primarily working in:
- Rossington/Bessacarr and surrounding areas.
- Skellow and Carcroft/Scawsby and Scawthorpe and surrounding areas.
- Conisborough and surrounding areas.
Whilst all the information given in this document was correct at the time of going to press, DIAL Doncaster cannot be held responsible for any subsequent changes.