Dimensions is a specialist provider of a wide range of services for people with learning disabilities and people who experience autism. We are a not-for-profit organisation, supporting around 3,500 people and their families throughout England and Wales.
We have been providing support packages for families for almost 40 years. We offer a range of support services to children and adults of all ages, including those with complex needs or challenging behaviour.
We enable people to be part of their community and make their own choices and decisions about their lives. We believe that not only do we change the lives of the people we support, but they also change ours.
How we work with you
We employ over 5,000 award winning dedicated staff throughout England and Wales, who create and implement bespoke support packages for you and your family.
Each family we work with has unique requirements and our staff are dedicated to meeting these needs and making a positive difference to everyone's lives.
We are proud to be a not-for-profit organisation, so you and your family can feel confident knowing that we are not here for commercial gain. This means we're able to invest all our efforts and resources into helping us achieve person-centred processes with positive outcomes for everyone we work with.
We are proud to be a leader in our sector, with:
- Almost 40 years experience
- Real expertise from award winning staff
- Commitment to continuous improvement and innovation for you.
“We have been delighted to see Tom develop more independence and self confidence with the encouragement of his support staff.” Sue Kirkman, Tom's mum.
Awards and commendations
We're proud to have won awards and be recognised for our work. Here are just a few:
2014 - Diversiton Diversity Champions Award - scoring 96%
2013 - Finalist, Laing and Buisson Independent Specialist Care Awards for our work on personalisation
2011 - Commendation from the British Institute for Learning Disabilities for our innovative work in supporting children and young people.
We are regulated by:
- Care Quality Commissions (England)
- Care and Social Services Inspectorate (Wales)
- Homes and Communities Agency
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