Supported Living in Berkshire

The Beautiful county of Berkshire is situated in the South East of England, and was recognised by the Queen in 1957 as the ‘Royal County of Berkshire’ thanks to the presence of Windsor Castle within its borders. Our supported accommodation in Berkshire is surrounded by an abundance of quaint villages, bustling towns and rolling countryside making supported living for our residents that little bit more enjoyable. Berkshire is also famous for its horse racing, links to the river Thames and an array of stunning gardens, all ready to be explored as part of our supported accommodation offering. 

 

Here at Time 4 U Limited we put positive behaviour support at their very core of all our supported accommodation and care services, ensuring each and every individual has the opportunity to achieve the highest possible quality of life for them. Putting respect, dignity and human rights at the top of the agenda, this form of person-centered support  ensures individuals are listened to, allowing the team to design a unique care plan aimed at achieving long term happiness and independence. 


At Time 4 U Limited our supported living services cater for a wide range of individual needs and requirements whilst ensuring that enablement, development of social skills and employability are at the heart of our offering. With London just a stone’s throw away, we are able to provide supported accommodation in a location that allows our service users to experience a taste of city life whilst enjoying the tranquility that supported accommodation in Berkshire can provide.

Orchard House, Sunninghill, Berkshire

Located close to Ascot Race Course Luxury 6 bed property Benefiting from Heated Swimming Pool Games Room Mixed unit for adults with learning difficulties...
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