Supported Living

Our Supported Living homes offers an independent lifestyle within the community, but with help from our experienced and skilled team members supporting you to do the things you may be struggling to cope with on your own. This could be anything from helping you to get out of bed, getting to the shops, managing housework or keeping on top of your finances and personal care.

Supported living accommodation

Our supported living services, designed to support adults with learning disabilities, autism and associated conditions, we can help your find the perfect accommodation and support for you or those you care for.

Most supported living homes are shared by 2 or 3 adults, and we will always make sure that you feel comfortable with the people you will be living with. It’s typically a less supervised form of support than a residential home, and feels more like having your own place.

You’ll also be able to plan your own transition into the accommodation with our support team, making for a positive experience as you adjust to your new home.

Who is supported living suitable for?

We can help you if you’re an adult over the age of 18, or soon to be, and are looking for somewhere to live that gives you an independent lifestyle but with some support day to day, or through the night. Generally, supported living accommodation is suitable for people who are more independent and or able.

Here at Prime Care Services, we’re proud to support adults with learning disabilities and autism spectrum conditions, who may also have complex needs and challenging behaviors, mental health challenges, are deaf and/or blind.

We can help you to live independently with the right care and support. This may be a few hours every week, 24 hours a day, or somewhere in between.

How much does supported living accommodation cost?

Access to our supported living services is typically funded by your local authority or healthcare provider. You can contact us for more information about how to arrange funding.

What do you need to consider for supported living?


The cost of our supported living services is bespoke to each person we support. To find out how to support the funding of supported living accommodation and assistance, get in touch with our Referrals Hub who will be happy to help.


Another important consideration when choosing supported living services is how independent you are and wish to be. You may want to live alone, or you may prefer to share with another person or people. It’s best to talk to your social worker and or health and social care providers about this so that they can find you exactly what you are looking for in your supported living housing.


When considering if supported living is right for you or someone you care for, location is an important factor. You may be looking for supported living services near to where you’re currently living. Using our ‘find local support‘ page you can see which areas in England and Wales we offer supported living accommodation. We also have a large number of additional supported living accommodation options available through our domiciliary care agencies, not visible on our website, so please call us to discuss your needs and explore your options in more detail.

Benefits and things to consider

Supported living has many advantages, but you should decide yourself if it’s the right option for you. Here are the points you may want to consider.

Your accommodation can be self-contained with your own bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and living room area, or you can choose a house with more communal spaces.

It’s an independent way of life with greater choice and control over your daily schedule

Your support plan is built around your needs, with as little or as much help as you want

You can choose to live on your own or with 2 or 3 others depending on your preferences