ARK Community Networks provides care and support services to people who require assistance to live as valued and contributing members of their community. This can mean anything from a few hours per week to an intensive 24 hour service.
We offer these services to people wherever they live, either in the home they own or in rented or shared accommodation. View further information about how we work.
We specialise in supporting adults over the age of 16 who have complex and significant care requirements. These are mainly, but not exclusively, people with learning difficulties who may have autism, early onset dementia, Prader Willi syndrome, other physical or medical conditions or who are placed on a statutory order. We have the ability to create the ‘whole’ person centred solution by developing specifically designed housing to better meet their needs. Read further information about tailored housing.
ARK is committed to ensuring that those people we support have their medical needs met in their own home, if it is at all possible. We work jointly with community medical staff to prevent and/or minimise reliance on hospital admission. We can also provide support to those with long term illnesses, as well as supporting their partner and family through a difficult and emotional period.
We also support people who require focussed support to maintain their tenancy or carry out a particular activity, for example going to college or work.