We are delighted to announce that we will support a further 17 disabled adults in High Wycombe following a recent contract win.

We were awarded the High Wycombe Supported Living Contract by Buckinghamshire County Council following a comprehensive tendering process.

Operating eight learning disability services in High Wycombe already, the Hertfordshire based care and housing provider will take on an additional three supported living schemes from the 1st December.

Each service is designed to allow adults with a range of learning disabilities to live independently. Residents live in individual self-contained flats or in shared accommodation with 24 hour staff support available onsite.

David Bogle, Hightown’s Chief Executive, said: “We are very pleased to have been awarded this contract in recognition of the high quality of support we provide. Our staff promote independence and choice for disabled people by helping them to build skills, relationships and confidence.

“Hightown Support is highly experienced in working with adults with learning disabilities and already manage award-winning services in High Wycombe, so we are very much looking forward to expanding our services in the area.”

Hightown staff group photo with 'Be the Difference' banner