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Supporting you and your family in Birmingham

We put people at the heart of everything we do, celebrating the positivity and individuality they bring to our services, supporting them to lead fulfilling and, happy lives.

Our supported living services in Birmingham have been designed to help people live more independently, surrounded by like-minded people whilst being safe and secure behind their own front door. With a focus on person-centred support, we encourage each and every ambition – no matter how big or small.

For people living with complex support needs, our residential care locations in Birmingham offer welcoming, supportive and stimulating environments. We’ve carefully designed each location to be safe and comfortable, with adaptations and assistive technology supporting more independent living.

Working closely with families, healthcare professionals and local authorities, such as Birmingham City Council, NHS Birmingham and Solihull ICB and The Black Country ICS, our experienced local assessment teams take time to really get to know each person to understand what location, accommodation, and adaptations will best suit.

Our local Birmingham team are always available to work hand-in-hand with you, from arranging introductions, assessments and visits, all the way through to the move being complete and the kettle going on.

"My aim is to live independently one day, and I'm interested in a job in the care sector. So, I am now on the Lifeways e-learning programme, which has helped me to learn more about the support worker role."

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Find out more about our supported living services in Birmingham:

11 locations in this area

Millwater
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Millwater

Yardley, West Midlands

Types of care:

Residential care

We support people living with:

Learning disabilities, Autism, Physical disabilities, Mental health

Greenlands View
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Greenlands View

Birmingham, West Midlands

Types of care:

Residential care

We support people living with:

Autism, Physical disabilities, Mental health

Beeton Grange
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Beeton Grange

Birmingham, West Midlands

Types of care:

Residential care

We support people living with:

Mental health specialism

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Birch Tree Place

Bartley Green, West Midlands

Types of care:

Supported living

We support people living with:

Learning disabilities, Autism, Physical disabilities, Acquired brain injuries, Mental health

Oak House
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Oak House (Birmingham)

Kingstanding, West Midlands

Types of care:

Supported living

We support people living with:

Learning disabilities, Autism, Physical disabilities, Mental health

Gravelly Road
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Gravelly Hill

Erdington, West Midlands

Types of care:

Supported living

We support people living with:

Learning disabilities, Autism, Physical disabilities, Acquired brain injuries

Fox Hill Close
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Fox Hill Close

Selly Oak, West Midlands

Types of care:

Supported living

We support people living with:

Learning disabilities, Autism

Pineapple Road
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Pineapple Road

Birmingham, West Midlands

Types of care:

Supported living

We support people living with:

Learning disabilities, Autism, Mental health

Newman Gardens
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Newman Gardens

Bartley Green, West Midlands

Types of care:

Supported living

We support people living with:

Learning disabilities, Autism, Physical disabilities, Acquired brain injuries, Mental health

Bellevue
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Bellevue

Birmingham, West Midlands

Types of care:

Supported living

We support people living with:

Learning disabilities, Autism, Physical disabilities, Acquired brain injuries

The Royd
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The Royd

Birmingham, West Midlands

Types of care:

Residential care

We support people living with:

Mental health specialism

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Local amenities

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There are many community centres in Birmingham with a wide variety of activity programmes and facilities available.

There’s always something to do in Birmingham – whether it’s taking a trip to the Bullring Shopping Centre, enjoying a movie at the cinema, or visiting the Thinktank Science Museum.

The libraries across Birmingham offer a range of free digital resources and educational opportunities.

Birmingham has numerous public parks, gyms, and leisure centres, such as the Harry Mitchell Leisure Centre, for people who like to stay active.

Contact our friendly team to make a referral

Tel: 0333 321 4881

Areas covered: Staffordshire, Worcestershire, West Midlands, Warwickshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire

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Healthcare careers in Birmingham

Our people don’t just provide support. They provide moments of joy. They provide self-belief. And they provide friendship and dedication in building life-changing partnerships.

Being a part of the Lifeways team is really rewarding. That’s why we look for people seeking to grow both personally and professionally.

If you’re looking for a Support Worker, Team Leader, or Service Manager role, and are passionate about supporting people to lead more fulfilling and independent lives, we’d love to hear from you.

Are you looking to find out more about what a support worker does? Read our blog on the role of a support worker.

Discover how Lifeways can complement your career by searching our available supported living and healthcare jobs in Birmingham today.

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