Who are we?

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"Providing flexible, high quality, person centered support services for adults with learning disabilities."

Amman Care Services was established in 1994, initially providing residential care for adults who have learning disabilities. Over the years, the organisation has developed in response to the changing needs of service users and their families. Amman Care Services developed new personalised services to accommodate these changes. These include 24 hour supported living, day support, transitional support, afternoon and weekend clubs at Carennyddd and respite care at The Lodge.

We are dedicated to providing flexible, high quality, person centered support services for adults who have learning disabilities. Our objectives are:

  • To support adults who have learning disabilities, by providing high quality services that encourage and enable individuals to realise their potential, via a person centered approach.
  • Enabling access to ordinary local community facilities.
  • This model of support upholds service users rights and enable them to benefit from a wide range of opportunities.
  • In promoting an independent and valued lifestyle within their own community.

Amman Care Services, in partnership with service users, families and other agencies aim to provide support services to adults who have learning disabilities. Support is offered in ways that promote and maintain individual independence and maximize individual potential. We will actively seek opportunities that will enable service users to develop at their own pace and live “happy”, fulfilling and rewarding lives as part of their local community. We pride ourselves in treating all our service users as individuals.

Amman Care Services benefits from employing a multi-skilled, experienced staff team, who are managed by Jeanette who has herself many years experience in working with adults who have learning disabilities, Jeanette holds N.V.Q.1V registered managers award H.N.C. Care Practice, Btec. National Diploma in Social Care and a Certificate in Counselling. Jeanette is supported by two managers who have also completed N.V.Q. 1V. All staff complete a period of induction. Staff are trained in specific areas including, epilepsy, administration of medication, Signalong total communication, positive behaviour management and the protection of vulnerable adults. We are proud of our low staff turnover which helps preserve and develop continuity of care and positive relationships with users of our service and their families and carers.