Our first class team of advisors can help you find the right support to meet your need, covering both Adult and Child services. We operate across the UK, with services and managing teams dedicated to each region.
Peter is 17 years old. He has been in our care since the age of ten and is looking forward to moving into his own independent accommodation very soon.
A confident rider
Joe has autism. He lives at one of our care homes and has developed an interest in horse riding.
A promising future
Kelly chose to live on her own with support from CareTech. This decision has helped her to be more independent. Now she manages her finances, including budgeting and paying for things like her utility bills.
Here at CareTech we aim to empower our service users and sometimes that means just giving them a voice so that they can express themselves and share their experiences. This is Jeremy's story.
A recipe for success
Derek currently lives in one of our care homes. Here he is supported by a dedicated staff team who are helping him to overcome his behavioural difficulties.
Sharon has mental health issues and has been living in one of our homes since 2001.
A new home
James has autism. He lives on his own in a flat and is supported by his family, friends and our team of dedicated support workers.
Asif has a moderate learning disability. He lives in community based accommodation and receives day to day support from us and his extended family.
Love for sports
Graham is 38 years old and has Asperger's Syndrome. He lives on his own in a flat and receives support from CareTech.
Colin and his wife Paula were your average family who, after raising their own children ago decided to do something really remarkable, they decided to become foster carers and help children in care. They are now in their third year of fostering and making a real difference to children’s lives.
Our homes have been set up across the UK to provide care and support for children aged between 10 and 18. We make it our priority to ensure that the needs of our service users always come first.
When she was growing up Joanna’s parents decided to become foster carers.
The One Step programme has been designed to help people in care to make the transition to independent living without causing too much disruption to their lives.