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How does supported living differ from Residential Care?

Typically, supported living properties offer ‘group living’ which provide a combination of privacy and companionship, which enables you to maintain a feeling of independence whilst being in the 
company of others. Supported Living is co-shared housing where you will have your own private 
bedroom area (and often en-suite) plus shared areas including lounge, dining room, conservatory, gardens etc.

It will be “your home”, and you are encouraged to play an active part in the decision making process, and can furnish and decorate your room to your own taste and even bring a pet with you (subject to the agreement of your fellow tenants).

Supported Living is centred around you, enabling you to live your life the way that you want to. Your wishes, needs and desires can be catered for in terms of your environment, care and support by offering you flexibility and choices of how you spend your income.