Outward has successfully been providing supported living services for more than 40 years.
What is supported living?
Supported living enables a person with a disability or an older person to get the support he or she needs to live in and manage his or her own home. The support that each person gets is tailored to their own needs. By living in a supported living service, a person with a disability or an older person can be as independent as he or she wants, while also being supported to do the things he or she wishes and needs to do. This also means that the person can live in his or her own local community.
Supported living with Outward
We have supported living services in Bromley, Camden, Enfield, Hackney, Haringey, Islington, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest. These supported living services are for adults with learning disabilities or autistic spectrum conditions.
Are you looking for a place to live where you will feel safe, receive help and support with day-to-day life and become more independent? We have different properties with different levels of support to suit your needs.
Are you an older person (aged 55+) looking for supported living or extra care? We have a range of older people's services, which you can learn more about here
Why live in an Outward supported living service?
A safe place to live
Dedicated and tailored support sessions each week
Help accessing the local community
24-hour on-call help and support if needed.
What our customers says ...
"I used to live in a women's refuge. Since I moved to an Outward home, I've really come out of my shell" - Wahida, customer since 2012
"Outward staff really care. They are conscientious and are willing to go the extra mile" - Pat, customer since 2013
How to refer someone with a learning disability or autism spectrum condition to an Outward supported living service
To refer someone for one of our supported living services, or for more information about these services, please get in touch by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 020 8980 7101
We can take a referral if:
You have a learning disability or autistic spectrum condition
You are looking for supported accommodation
You are known to social services for learning disabilities or autistic spectrum conditions.
You can get funding for your support or already have a personal budget.