Who we are

Dimensions provides person-centred support for adults with learning disabilities and autism, right across the country.

From a few hours outreach support each week, to intensive support for people whose behaviour can be challenging, complex health needs and profound and multiple learning disabilities, we involve the people we support and their families in all aspects of their support.

Everything we do is personalised to the individual and our staff are ambitious for each and every person we support. We believe passionately that most people do best in supported living environments.

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Person-centred approaches help the people we support achieve their ambitions.

With the country’s largest positive behaviour support team, Dimensions is well placed to plan community based support for people currently in, or at risk of entering, hospitals and assessment and treatment units (ATUs) including those with risky behaviours.

We operate CQC registered care homes across the country, including some respite/short breaks services.

And, in many areas, we also provide supported employment and Autism Behaviour Consultancy (for young children.)

How we work

Our vision is of an inclusive society where people have equal chances to live the life they choose.

Our mission – the part we play in delivering our vision – is to provide high quality personalised support for people with learning disabilities and autism, helping them to be actively engaged with, and contribute to, their communities.

We’re a values-led organisation, which means we expect everybody to demonstrate our five core values:

  • ambition, helping people be the best they can be
  • courage, being brave enough to make a difference
  • integrity, being honest and fair in all the things we do
  • partnership, working with other people to make a bigger difference
  • respect, treating everyone fairly and knowing that everyone’s voice is important.

Promoting equality and respecting diversity

We support and employ a diverse range of people, and our commitment to promoting equality and respecting diversity is established in our Equality and Diversity Strategy.

We offer opportunities and resources to help staff understand more about the diversity of our staff and the people we support.

Matching staff according to cultural needs, preferences and beliefs helps make sure we can deliver truly person-centred support.

We work with our staff, people we support and a number of organisations to do everything we can to be inclusive of diversity and our number of awards demonstrate this:

  • Stonewall Diversity Champion
  • Positive About Disabled People
  • Investors In Diversity.