Frontier Support

We have over 130 wonderful staff and we do our best to match support workers to our clients after fully assessing their needs. We’re one of the few care providers to give staff permanent contracts and we encourage them all to seek professional qualifications. As a result, our staff turnover rate is far below the industry average, which means much better continuity of care and support for our clients.

We’re very proud to have a dedicated in-house trained clinical team with many years’ experience in the care and support field. Being able to call on this expertise rather than having to involve the NHS leads to faster decisions for the client and support that is much more responsive to their needs.

The number of support hours each client receives is determined by their individual needs. It can be anything from a few hours each week to 24 hours a day. We are an Approved Care Provider for several London Boroughs and our services can be funded in a variety of ways:

  • Social Care Funding
  • Continuing NHS Care Funding
  • Clients paying privately or using their Personal Independence Payments

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    Learning Disability Services (Edited)

    Around 1.5 million people in the UK have a learning disability and this affects the way they learn new things such as education, living skills and employment. The majority of people we support at Frontier are adults with a primary diagnosis of a learning disability. Our approach is to work with them to develop a person-centred plan and each individual is helped by our learning disability support workers to engage with decision making in their own lives enabling them to take more choice and control every day.

    People with learning disabilities are a diverse group with a wide range of abilities and this is where Frontier step in. We believe that with the right graded support people can continue learn throughout their lives enabling greater independence and autonomy. At Frontier, we get to know a person to tailor the support to their specific range of needs. Once we’ve conducted a learning disability assessment and have a good understanding of the person we build a support plan/and or a positive behavioural support plan with them. This plan will guide and direct the staff team’s responses and enable the person to learn new skills, like coping with anxiety in the community while food shopping or making friends in a social setting.

    We truly believe that having the right graded support enables everyone to have the opportunities and lifestyle they want, in ordinary housing that they choose.

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Business Details

27-29 Brighton Road , South Croydon, Surrey, CR2 6EB

020 8603 7230