TLC Care and Support provides Residential Care and Supported Living services to people who either have a learning disability, an autistic spectrum disorder with associated complex challenging needs and/or a mental health diagnosis.
We support people aged over 16 from across the South East who live in Essex, Suffolk and Hertfordshire and pride ourselves on providing caring, personalised support.
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Job Description Are you looking for your next step in your career in care? The main purpose of the role is to support the provision of a safe, cost effective, quality service within the local area. This will involve working alongside the Registered Manager in the service delivery to an individual, who has learning disabilities,... Read more
SUPPORT WORKER – NIGHT SHIFT Would you like to join our new team at our Egerton Road Service in Colchester? We are looking for dedicated Support Workers. We would like to hear from individuals with care experience or individuals seeking a new career in care. Come and join one of the fastest growing Care providers... Read more
SUPPORT WORKER – DAY SHIFT Would you like to join our new team at our Egerton Road Service in Colchester? We are looking for dedicated Support Workers. We would like to hear from individuals with care experience or individuals seeking a new career in care. Come and join one of the fastest growing Care providers... Read more
We are currently seeking to recruit an experienced Registered Manager, for our services in North Essex. You will be working under the direction the Area Manager, ensuring all aspects of the services meet with the Health & Social Care Act 2008 & The Care Act 2014 and the requirements of CQC, together with all other... Read more
We are holding a recruitment day on Friday 18th September 2020, from 0930 - 1600, in Colchester, Essex. We are looking to recruit Support Workers for our services in the Colchester area. Whether you have previous experience or not within the Care...
TLC Care and Support has 12 residential care locations in Essex, providing high quality services to people over the age of 16 who either have a learning disability, an autistic spectrum disorder with associated complex challenging needs and/or a mental health diagnosis.
TLC Care and Support provides supported living services that are tailored to every individual’s needs. In many cases, people have lived in our residential homes before choosing to move into supported living, where they are enabled to become more independent.
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TLC Care and Support welcomes referrals from anyone who might be interested in our services, whether private placements or from local authorities or housing associations. Please email us.
I had agonised about Robert’s future and wondered what would happen if he remained living with me until I died or became incapable of looking after him. However, with TLC he is able to live like any other man of his age, with his peers in a “lads’ pad”. He is able to access places and activities that he would not with me. His social skills and communication have improved and now he does not rely on me to anticipate his needs. I thought he would find it hard moving away but to see him now, I know he is in the right place, receiving the right level of care and living his life to the full. I could not be more grateful.
Deborah, mum of Robert
I have lived at Donyland Lodge for a year and love it! Staff support is excellent, enabling me to live an independent, fulfilling and worthwhile life. My apartment is beautiful and I have my own garden to tend. I am encouraged to follow my hobbies of photography, gardening, sightseeing and walking. I regularly access the community and have tried and enjoyed many new experiences. I am supported to make my own choices and decisions. My confidence has grown and I feel able to lead the life I desire.
Resident, Donyland Lodge
I can tell you in my son’s case, you are doing a superb job, especially for this last year. Listening to the people who are close to him made a lot of difference. When something is not right, they will sense it better than anyone else. That is what made the difference in my son’s case.
Parent of individual supported by TLC