Who we are
We're here to help people with complex needs and provide care and support to help them fulfil their potential. We believe we're the leading specialist provider for people with epilepsy or other complex needs:
- Physical disabilities
- Learning disabilities
- Autism Behaviours that challenge
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Cerebral Palsy
We see people as individuals. We excel at designing, and providing, uniquely bespoke care packages for individuals that prefer a calm, professional approach.
Our services are in vibrant communities, centred around the South-East, South London and West London. There are about 400 people in our team and we are CQC compliant.
Happy people, working together providing a service that everybody loves
To provide the highest quality care and support.
To provide enjoyable and worthwhile jobs for all of our team.
- Success Stories
Passenger asked to leave Easyjet flight after having a tonic clonic seizure
Friday, 11 November 2016
Easyjet airline staff asked a 30 year old woman to leave the flight after she had a tonic clonic seizure whilst boarding a plane.
Campaign to act against avoidable deaths from SUDEP
Friday, 09 September 2016
A new campaign has been launched by the charity Epilepsy Society calling on the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, to act against avoidable deaths in epilepsy by carrying out a National Clinical Audit.
Reducing Stress Induced Seizures in Epilepsy
Monday, 22 August 2016
It is well known that stress can be a trigger of seizures in people with epilepsy but until now it has never been fully understood why it happens, and how it can be prevented.
Independence homes parent event
Independence Homes are hosting a parent event in Caterham on
Wednesday 23rd March
Wednesday 22nd June
Wednesday 14th September
Wednesday 7th December
This gives you a chance to speak to our experts about
- A smooth transition into adult care
- Activities and Lifestyle Opportunities and Planning
- Support with Challenging Behaviour
- Specialist Care for Epilepsy and other Complex needs
- 100% Care Quality Commission Compliance
- Visiting our Services
- Service User Finance Support
- Out Supported Living and Residential Services
We will also have some special guest speakers!
I have a saying “I have epilepsy, epilepsy does not have me”.
Tuesday, 26 January 2016
Specialist Care Transforms Life for Tom
Wednesday, 07 January 2015
Sherif passes his first photography assignment
Friday, 28 November 2014