Choosing autism services for adults in London

If you are looking for support for an adult with autism in London, there are various options available. Depending on the person’s individual needs, you may be searching for a residential care home or supported living accommodation. It is vital to find a safe and caringenvironment.

Sequence Care Group can offer both these services for adults with various needs including those with learning disabilities, mental health conditions and autism spectrum disorder.

Birchwood House

This residential care home is situated in Newham and supports seven people. Newham has excellent transport links, and residents are able to access facilities and local shops with ease. In addition to facilities in the community, there are also many activities in the home itself for the people who live there.

Care is carefully tailored to each resident’s needs, and they are supported to live their lives as independently as possible. Experienced staff provides them with positive behaviour support.

Meridian Mews and Court

Sequence Care Group’s adults’ autism services in London include this supported living service in Bloomfield Road consisting of five studio rooms and six self-contained mews houses, together with communal space for the residents. The residents are supported to develop independence and manage their own tenancies in the safe environment of communal living. Each person is empowered to set their own goals and to achieve   these.

Park House

Park House is a residential home for six male adults, located in Crouch End, Haringey. It is suitable for people with learning disabilities who also have a diagnosis such as a mental health condition or autistic spectrum disorder. The home consists of a self- contained one-bedroom flat and five studio flats with en-suite kitchenettes and bathrooms. This enables the residents to be more independent whilst living in a homely and safe environment. Local amenities and shops are close by, and residents are supported by staff to build their skills and develop a greater degree of independence.  The communal spaces include an activity room and a garden for residents.