Turning Point opens Supported Living service in Gloucestershire

News item posted: 01 April 2016

From 1st April Turning Point, a health and social care organisation, will become a new provider of the Supported Living service in Gloucestershire for people with learning disabilities.

Turning Point will provide support for people with a learning disability, complex health needs and/or autism in their own homes across Gloucestershire, specifically in Hucclecote, Minsterworth and Up Hatherley.We will also be supporting people in Woodmancote from June. 

Fiona Ritchie OBE, Managing Director for Learning Disability Services at Turning Point said: ‘We’re excited to be delivering personalised support to people across Gloucestershire and look forward to supporting individuals to live full and rewarding lives as independently as possible.’

Turning Point has 30 years’ experience working with people who have learning disabilities, empowering them to make their own choices and decisions wherever possible. Our person centred, community based approach means that individuals are at the centre of their care package and tell us what support they need.