Vision Homes Association

Vision Homes Association

At a glance


  • Health and well being / research and care
  • Learning disabilities / difficulties
  • Mental health
  • Physical disabilities
  • Social care

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Geographical remit: 
National - England


Established in 1991, Vision Homes Association is a quality provider of person centred care and support services for adults with a variety of needs including:

  • Learning Disability
  • Physical Disability
  • Sensory Impairment
  • Acquired Brain Injury
  • Autism
  • Behaviours that  Challenge
  • Complex Health Care needs and Long Term Health Conditions

Everyone has individual needs and for this reason every person supported has their own person centred plan tailor made to meet their specific needs and to ensure their support is how they wish it to be.

Vision Homes Association works to ensure that everyone the organisation supports feels safe and is treated with dignity and respect at all times.  The right to privacy when wanted is respected. People's wishes are listened to as are their comments or suggestions about their service.

Support may be funded by a local authority or CCG, through Individual Support Budgets or out of a person’s own pocket, but Vision Homes Association will work with the person and key people in that person's life to create a plan that is tailored to  individual needs whilst promoting independence, dignity and the opportunity to live the way a person may wish to. This approach is important to people supported by Vision Homes Association and is instrumental in bringing many welfare and health benefits as well as enjoyment of life.


Residential Care

Vision Homes Association manages three residential care services in Ludlow in purpose built bungalows set in residential surroundings close to amenities and transport links in Ludlow.  The specialist homes provide quality accommodation, care and support for people who need 24 hour staffing support.

The homes have built their excellent reputation based upon well-established principles of care aiming to deliver an individual Person Centred approach and offering progressive integrated care pathways for people with multiple disabilities.

Supported Living and Outreach Services

People with learning and/or other disability are supported within their own homes to live safely and as independently as possible.

Vision Homes Association also supports adults who may live at their family home with a parent/carer  This service supports adults to access the community, to participate in activities and make the most of opportunities both in their local community and further afield.

Loudwater Community Arts

Loudwater Community Arts was set up for use by the local community with funding from the National Lottery Arts Council,  is designed to be accessible to people with disabilities and welcoming to all - with or without disabilities. The Studio offers support and guidance by artists and trained support workers who are committed to their work. There is no emphasis on finished works of art, but rather on the journey, allowing people to explore areas of interest in new and exciting ways and to learn a variety of new skills. the studio is well used by groups and individuals from the community as well as people supported by Vision Homes Association.

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