For individuals We utilise a number of core approaches to support people in the way they would like us to. If you are a family member of a disabled person looking for support, please visit our families section. To achieve this, we use a number of tools and approaches to place the individual at the centre of their support to help us understand their preferences, needs, aims and aspirations. This is called a person centred approach. We provide support for people with a learning disability, complex needs, acquired brain injury, physical disability, dementia, mental health needs, and autism. Helping disabled people find employment Getting a job is often a very wanted step towards personal independence. We provide supported employment services and even employ individuals ourselves as our UR Consultants or at UR Sorted. Helping disabled people find housing It can be difficult for individuals to find housing that fits their needs. We offer a wide range of housing support for disabled people. We also offer service transition support for young people moving to adult services. Our core approaches For over 40 years, we have been at the forefront of efforts to deliver the best possible support to people with complex and multiple disabilities and pioneering innovative approaches. These approaches are core to how we deliver support. Here are our core approaches: Active support is a way to enable people to participate in all aspects of their lives. Effective communication is key to building relationships and getting needs fulfilled. Person centred thinking helps our staff form creative approaches to individuals. We work with communities to create a broad network to support disabled people. Our person centred planning tool helps us plan for support now and in the future. We also have a number of specialist approaches we utilise to deliver support. Get more information If you would like to learn more about who we are, download our general brochure or download the Easy Read version of our general brochure. You can also make a support enquiry.