Choice Support is a national charity, formed in 1984, supporting people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs.
In 2019 we doubled in size when we merged with mcch.
Both organisations were part of the movement in the late 1980s to support people out of institutions, to re-connect with families and build new lives in the places they once lived.
These were big, bold and brave steps back then and Choice Support stands firmly on these foundations. Our values haven’t changed over the years. We are still ambitious, continuing to take bold steps forward to promote the rights of people we support. We value people for who they are, and we expect everyone we support to be respected in society.
We think that everybody, regardless of their disability or need, has the right to a decent life. This includes:
- a home of your own, which might be living with family or friends, or living alone
- the chance to live life as you choose
- control over what happens to you, which includes deciding how you spend your money.
If you need support with some or all of these things, we might be able to help.
Categories: Residential Care, Care in your home, Supported living, Personal assistants, Independent Living, Residential Care and Supported Living
« Back to Directory