Outreach have been successfully providing a range of services supporting adults with a learning disability and/or long term mental health needs, to live an independent life. Our aim is to provide person centred support to people living either in their own homes or within our residential services.
Outreach was formed in 1978 after a group of parents from within the Jewish community and who had children with a learning disability, wanted a more independent life and support for their children.
Overtime and as Outreach has grown; we now welcome, cater for, support and celebrate people from across the wider community, and from all religions, faiths, beliefs and those of none.
We have developed a range of services including intensive support for people with challenging behaviours, dual diagnosis, autism specific services, services for people with additional physical and sensory needs, and supported living service for people who are more independent.
We work closely with families, carers and other stakeholders to provide co-ordinated services for individuals.
There is a high level of active service user participation with regular forums and activities for service users with learning disabilities.
We currently support a number of people living in the Prestwich and Whitefield areas, also Bury, Salford and Manchester.
Meet The Outreach family Team
To provide excellent care and support, which is person centred, for people who have a learning disability and/or a mental health need.
Sense of Self-worth
Equal but Different
Fair and Transparent
Is to ensure, that service users are empowered to fully identify and express their personal goals.
We support them to achieve this by developing individual person centered plans.